Locke from Final Fantasy VI Is Dissidia NT's Next DLC Character

Ruben Fields
May 16, 2018

One of my many favorite composers would have to be Uematsu, and it looks like he will be returning to make more music, but this time for the forthcoming Final Fantasy VII Remake game.

Fans who have been eagerly anticipating the FF7 Remake, however, may be disappointed with the release date. When framing up the desired release, Square-Enix heads are hoping to have it out by the 35th anniversary of Final Fantasy VII.

A handful of new Final Fantasy XI Mobile screenshots were spotted on Nexon's official website and they look very promising. There are still four DLC characters to come, and here are the hints at who they are.

At this moment, we don't have any solid information about when the game is releasing.

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Some of the topics that were discussed included changes that they are making in the Final Fantasy VII Remake and that the development of the game is progressing smoothly.

Hamaguchi seemingly wants the Final Fantasy VII Remake release date to arrive sooner than 2023, though, so it will likely not be a game 10 years in the making like Final Fantasy XV.

Some better news involving the Final Fantasy VII Remake is the reveal that legendary composer Nobuo Uematsu is working on the game. Having the first out at the end of this year or sometime in 2019 with the two following parts out before 2023 sounds like a realistic timeline from our perspective, but we'll have to wait and see. Nonetheless, we are willing to give the reboot a chance and are eager to see if the mobile game will provide us with that Final Fantasy goodness, or will leave us running to our nearest copy of our favorite Final Fantasy game and sobbing loudly into it.

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