Share. This may include pre-crisis, crisis Core, Advent Children and more. By Colin Stevens Tetsuya Nomura, director of Final Fantasy…
This may include pre-crisis, crisis Core, Advent Children and more.
Tetsuya Nomura, director of Final Fantasy 7 Remake, has suggested that Square Enix is considering returning to other entries in the Final Fantasy 7 compilation, including pre-crisis games, Core Core, Dirge of Cerberus and the movie Advent Children.
Reported by Famitsu (via translations from Gematsu), Nomura participated in a Q & A session for The World Ends With You: Final Remix when a fan said “I want to play before the crisis: Final Fantasy 7 again!”
“Right now, I’m concentrating on Kingdom Hearts III, but when it’s ready, VII will be where I’m leading the next one,” said Nomura. “I think of ideas about remake’s release-I also talked with the manufacturer [Yoshinori] Kitase about it today. We all old times are considering different developments regarding what comes with remake. As if we are able to do something about the compilation titles. the moment wait to wait for VII’s turn to come. “
This comment does not clarify whether Square Enix intends to integrate elements into the Final Fantasy 7 compilation of the Final Fantasy 7 Remake, or about gates, resale or even remakes Of these titles can be instead instead. Of course, given this is a translation, something that Nomura said should be taken with a salt grains.
Shortly after Final Fantasy 7 Remake announced, Square Enix revealed that it would release the game in several parts, which was later revealed to each one being the size of an entire game. Following Square Enix’s decision to remove CyberConnect2 from the project and bring the game’s development entirely internally, the company began to “quickly” employ more people to work on the title.
Further rounds of employment began earlier this year to increase game quality. During E3 201
8, Nomura revealed that remake has moved past early draft phases and to full development. Soon after, Nomura acknowledged that the game was revealed too early. But when it’s all said and done, Square Enix completely plans to remake to surpass the original.
Colin Stevens is a newswriter for IGN and can not wait to play Final Fantasy 7 Remake in 2027. Follow him on Twitter .