Final Fantasy 7 Remake party ends with no major ads

Japanese Van Final Fantasy 7 remake The party ended on Saturday without any major announcements, despite some translations indicating that news about the game will be exchanged.

FF7R Associate Director Motomu Toriyama He appeared in a video that was posted on Square Enix A Twitter account earlier this week where he was quoted saying he would be there “A few things have been revealed about the FF7R” During the concert on the Internet pay-per-view.

However, the event ended on Saturday without such news being shared, although expectations have reached the point where the concert will go on for a while on Twitter.

According to a Final Fantasy fan Itai Kimochi, Who covered the event on his Twitter page, Japanese fans in the event’s live chat also asked about the expected announcement site. At one point, Gig seemed to be a fan of phishing waiting for a big announcement with a clip based on a news broadcast.

Due to the exclusive one-year collaboration with Final Fantasy 7 Remake Play StationSome fans are expecting Square Enix to announce versions of the game for other platforms soon.

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In November 2019, another Final Fantasy 7 Remake co-director came along Tetsuya Nomura Confirms that work on Final Fantasy 7 remake 2 He was already on his way.

This was previously suggested by another Final Fantasy 7 co-director, Remake Tetsuya Nomura Future episodes in the subtitle may focus on smaller sections From the original game to release faster.

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The comments are taken from the Japanese book Ultimania, where Nomura quotes: “If we divide the story into large parts, it will take longer. If we divide it into smaller and more detailed sections, its development will be faster. I will release the next edition as soon as possible.”

Also speaking in Ultimania’s product book Yoshinori Kitas The FF7R will have a “general idea” of how the game’s story plays through each episode, following the exciting end of the first game.

“We have a general idea of ​​how the story will go, but we haven’t decided exactly yet [how many parts]Kitase has been cited as follows. “It’s expected to be in three parts, but we take things one step at a time.”

VGC’s Final Fantasy 7 Remake review He described role-playing as “a game full of beauty, intelligence and the power of nostalgia.” Check out other critics’ opinion about the game in our region Final Fantasy 7 Remake Review Tour

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