Square Enix is Already Working on Final Fantasy VII Remake Part Two

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By Nico Parungo | More Articles Comic Book Fan and Lazy Gamer
November 26, 2019  09:58 AM

 

 

Final Fantasy VII Remake might be a bit controversial to some but there’s no denying that the game looks great and should be a wonderful action RPG for newcomers and veteran gamers. We’re all waiting for the first part to come out on March 3, 2020, and hope that it’s the game we have all been waiting for literal years for, though the visuals and trailers have done a great job at convincing us thus far. 

Well, fans will be happy to know that director and concept designer Tetsuya Nomura has confirmed that Square Enix is already working on Final Fantasy VII Remake Part Two or whatever it ends up being called. Either way, it seems like we will be getting these games consistently or semi-consistently but we’re going to have to wait and see.

Since Final Fantasy VII Remake will be focusing on Cloud’s time in Midgar, we’re not sure how much of the story part two will cover. Admittedly, there should be enough time to introduce core characters like Yuffie and Cait Sith, maybe even Vincent Valentine, but we just aren’t sure yet. Red XIII should be introduced by the end of Final Fantasy VII Remake Part One but could end up being playable in Part Two.

Of course, fans are wondering if Aerith is going to meet her untimely fate in the next game. There is a high possibility of that happening but considering how much story is in the original game, that could end up being in the third part. Let’s all hope I’m wrong.

Final Fantasy VII Remake will be coming out on PS4 on March 3, 2020.

Via Square Enix Blog

Read: New Final Fantasy VII Remake Screenshots Will Make You Wish It Was 2020 Already

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