Final Fantasy 7 Remake Is Still Releasing In Multiple Parts

Ruben Fields
May 10, 2019

Has it felt like it's been forever since the last Final Fantasy 7 Remake trailer?

Following the State of Play broadcast, Square Enix sent out a Japanese press release about the new Final Fantasy VII remake trailer. The game is still planned to be a series of games rather than a single release. The remake was officially announced during E3 2015, but Sony has been pretty tight-lipped about the project since then. Are many of you looking forward to Final Fantasy VII Remake?

The new trailer shows more gameplay and story portions which can only be described as carefully picked to pluck at nostalgia strings (and perhaps induce PTSD along the way).

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The trailer was in part exciting because news on the game has been quiet for a very long time, following the news that development had shifted from developer CyberConnect2, to in house development at Square Enix. Game director Tetsuya Nomura also tweeted about the Final Fantasy VII Remake, saying: "Most of the plans are already in place in the run up to launch, so please bear with us a little longer until we can release more information next month".

Fans who remember the original release will certainly feel the familiar pang of nostalgia as Cloud first meets Aeris, but those mushy emotions are soon replaced by more footage of the game's updated battle system.

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