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Final Fantasy VII Remake

Square Enix has decided to shift the development of Final Fantasy VII Remake in-house. Previously the game was developed by third party studio CyberConnect2, best known for their .hack and Naruto games.

This was announced by Naoki Hamaguchi during the livestream of Mobius Final Fantasy 2nd anniversary:

“I’ve taken over the development side of the Final Fantasy VII Remake. Up until now, development has progressed by receiving external collaboration, but from here on out, with production and quality in mind, we’re shifting to our in-house organization. This company decision was made wanting to control quality as well as keeping the schedule stable.”

More details about the shedule were not given. Final Fantasy VII Remake was announced 2 years ago at E3 2015. Not much information has been released since, only that the remake will be released in episodes.

Final Fantasy VII Remake

In Monaco a manga, comics, animation, video games and pop culture event was held today called MAGIC (Monaco Anime Game International Conferences). Guest at the event was Tetsuya Nomura, the director of Final Fantasy VII remake and Kingdom Hearts III. During his session he revealed two new screenshots of Final Fantasy VII remake.

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The first screenshot shows Cloud hiding after a crate while a soldier is shooting at him. The second screenshot shows the first boss of the original game, Guard Scorpion.

Final Fantasy VII

After years of rumours that were hyping up during E3 this year they are true. During Sony's E3 2015 press conference the remake of Final Fantasy VII has been announced with a trailer. The remake will first be released on PlayStation 4. It's unknown if it will be released on other platforms.


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