Rumors about the development of Final Fantasy 7 remake are all around the gaming world, people have already been curious about this game. The original game was released back in late '90s for PlayStation and was loved by millions of gamers all across the globe. People have been anticipating this video game for years but Square Enix have put on several reasons because of which the development process has not started so far. But finally the remake of the legendary Action role-playing masterpiece Final Fantasy Vii is announced some time ago and now it is being said that it will be brought to market very soon.
Square Enix has already geared up for the development, all the team members who were part of the making of original video-game have joined back the company. Renowned game artist and designer Tetsuya Namoura who also designed the character of the first version of the series have come back to the company as a director. Other famous Japanese game artists who were part of the development team of original game like Yoshinori Kitase, Kazushige Nojima, and Nobuo Uematsu have also officially started working for the remaking of this edition.
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In a remake, the story of original Final Fantasy 7 will be followed in which Cloud Strife who is the main character of the series, he is a mercenary who along with Avalanche (an eco-terrorist group) fights against the enemy organization he once used to part of. Their enemy is a group of corrupt Shinra led by the main villain of the series Sephiroth. The main objective of the player is to stop the Shinra organization from draining the energy of the planet. The gameplay of this edition will be almost similar to the original version but with improved features and elements. It is being said that it will be released as multipart series instead of a single game. This edition will be released for top-class gaming platforms like PlayStation, Xbox etc and Emulating it to other platforms would not be possible.
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The original game received very bad critical reviews but later it came out to be the best selling edition of the series. In total, more than 7 million copies of the game were sold around the world which was one of the records of the 20th century. Back in 2000, its remake version was intended by the Square but for some reasons, they couldn't keep working on the project. Later in 2005 they again started to complete this project but again they gave up because of unknown reasons.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake Release Date
When actually this anticipated game will be available to play? This question is killing the cat. People are already curious about its release date, most of them want to make pre-bookings so that they no further delay can come in their way but it all depends on when Square Enix is going to make it happen. The saddest part is the company has not yet given any official date for its release, most of the platforms are guessing at their own but Square Enix has not said a word about it. But it is being believed that it will be out in 2019 most probably but still you can't say which month of 2019 it will be.
Square Enix is also working on other two big projects i.e. Kingdom Hearts 3 and Parasite Eve which could be a reason why Final Fantasy VII is being delayed. Or it might be possible that they want to keep the hype going so that people anticipate it more. But guys relax, this time it won't be just a rumor remaking is already under development it is all about how long it will take.
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The remake was officially announced back in 2015 at Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), what a moment it was! the audience gave a standing ovation to the announcement. Later in 2017 at an event for the anniversary of the series hosted by Square, Nomura gave out screenshots of the gameplay and told the audience that once Kingdom heart 3 gets out the main focus will be given to this remaking development. She also told that she has the videos of the game but she is not allowed to give out. So final words for the game lover, It's coming out soon just wait and enjoy. The screenshot given out by Nomura are given below.
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