To kick off the Monday morning right, Square Enix released a host of high quality screenshots and new information regarding the upcoming Final Fantasy VII Remake.
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Director and Concept Designer Tetsuya Nomura, along with other developers, reflected on the game’s development leading up to the March 3, 2020 release. Additionally, Nomura ended his write-up saying they are working on the sequel title to FFVII Remake:
“We’ve already begun working on the next one as well, but I’m confident that playing through this title will expand your expectations just like the world that extends beyond Midgar.”
– Tetsuya Nomura, Dir. of Final Fantasy VII Remake
As far as the redesigned combat, Battle Director Teruki Endo had this to say:
“Production was completely different than that of a pure action game, and the need for new design philosophy often arose. Production involved constantly searching for the best balance between action and command elements, but I believe we’ve managed to do this in an exciting new way.”
Be sure to check out the Square Enix site for more insightful tidbits into recreating a classic from the ground-up.
Chocobos, Weapon Upgrades, Darts
Below, you’ll find all of the newly-released screenshots for Final Fantasy VII Remake. Along with extremely vivid stills of Cloud in battle, players can spot some never-before-seen details. One of them being weapon upgrades. The more a weapon is used, the greater its potential for raised stats or abilities. You can also see high-res screenshots of characters, Cloud playing darts, and more:
Final Fantasy VII Remake releases on PlayStation 4 on March 3, 2020.
The Lord’s Word: Final Fantasy VII Remake is looking better and better with every carefully-planned reveal. It’s wild to say that the highly anticipated remake officially releases in a little over three months. Regardless of fan expectations, it’s clear the team behind the game is working tirelessly to meet their own expectations for a game they love just as much.