Final Fantasy VII Remake Part Two is in development, confirms Tetsuya Nomura

Final Fantasy VII Remake is yet to hit the shelves and it will on March 3rd, 2020. Until then you can pore over the latest screenshots that were released recently. While fans await the first instalment of the remake that will allow players to explore a reimagining of Midgar Square Enix is looking ahead to the future, and what comes next.

In a Meet The Team article put out by the publisher some of the key developers spoke about the journey. One of those was director Tesuya Nomura who said:


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.

Yoshinori Kitase gave his own insight and stated that Final Fantasy VII Remake was surpassing his own expectations. Kazushige Nojima, one of the story and scenario leads, made the point that with the progress in technology that the player’s imagination won’t be as critical when observing scenes within the game compared to the original release. He does state that not everyone may like that but he is convinced people will forge a deeper relationship with the characters. Naoki Hamaguchi, co-director, had this message for players:

For those who’ve played it [the original]: “new but familiar.” For those who haven’t played it: “experience the charm of FINAL FANTASY VII, which moved the hearts of many, now created with the most exciting modern technology available.”

Motomu Toriyama is more excited about how the world has been allowed to expand due to the jump in technology since the original game and is hoping people enjoy the expansion of Honey Bee which is now full of entertainment. You can read how the developers feel about Final Fantasy VII Remake and what they hope fans get out of it here.

Source: Square Enix 

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