The release date of "Final Fantasy VII Remake" has been confirmed by producer Yoshinori Kitase and development director Naoki Hamaguchi. Fans may be disappointed with the start window, but there is still a silver lining that could make the game worthwhile. Square Enix | YouTube )
The release date Final Fantasy VII remake or at least the start window of the game was finally confirmed by producer Yoshinori Kitase and developer Naoki Hamaguchi
Fans the FF7 remake eagerly awaited, but may be disappointed with the release date. However, there remains a silver lining on the wait.
Release window & # 39; Final Fantasy VII Remake & # 39; confirmed
In the Lifestream Forums, a member using the "hian" handle has uploaded the translation of a recording of a haunting conversation between Kitase and Hamaguchi, along with character designer Tetsuya Nomura of Square Enix. The conversation already took place in January at  Anniversary Event Final Fantasy .
Some of the topics discussed included changes they made in Final Fantasy VII Remake and that the development of the game progressed smoothly. They even added that they were working on "something we've never seen before" and whipping up the game, if that's even possible.
The most intriguing information came after Nomura left when Hamaguchi apologized long for more Final Fantasy VII Remake details. Kitase and Hamaguchi then announce that they intend to release the Final Fantasy VII remake before the franchise's 35th birthday, which will be in 2023.
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9659005] Hamaguchi apparently wants to reach the release date Final Fantasy VII remake earlier than 2023, so it's not likely to be a game that's been in production for 10 years like Final Fantasy XV . However, that should not be enough comfort for fans who have been waiting for the game since the announcement at E3 2015 for three years already.
It is certainly possible that Final Fantasy VII Remake will be released much earlier than 2023, due to developments such as Square Enix, after the project was taken over by the studio CyberConnect2. Square Enix has also commissioned Nobuo Uematsu, the composer for the original Final Fantasy VII on board the project.
With a few more years of waiting, but with the project in the hands of the studio and people who have made the original Final Fantasy VII the Final Fantasy VII remake what it takes to meet the high demands of the fans. With such a development plan, hopefully the game will no longer appear in episodes, as previously reported.
Square Enix job lists describe the Final Fantasy VII remake as "a new creation" "Exceeds the original." Will the game be worth the wait? Unfortunately, "the wait" is all that fans can do for now.
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