"Whereas with Final Fantasy VII Remake, we already have a preexisting story, so it wouldn't really make sense if that isn't encompassed in a multi-part series".
Square Enix, the maker of the Game, announced retelling of the original Game called Final Fantasy 7: Remake long back in 2015 and now it looks like we are finally closer to play the game again in today's high graphics and evolved gaming technology.
And seeing as the FF7 Remake is going to be episodic, it seems to give a good idea of what sections are going to feature in the opening instalment. Final Fantasy 7 is confirmed for the PlayStation 4.
This could be a sign that the first instalment of the Final Fantasy 7 Remake will just focus on the Midgar section before the world opens up.
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She didn't reveal any details except to confirm she's reprising her role as Dana Barrett from the first two films. Originally, the story for the movie revolved around a 12-year-old girl with a proton pack.
This section occurs during the first disc of the original Final Fantasy 7 on the PS1. It doesn't imply that we will change the entire amusement, we are endeavoring to make something new, new and one of a kind.
Following Thursday's presentation, the official Final Fantasy Twitter account shared a message from Final Fantasy VII remake director Tetsuya Nomura, reiterating that more details about the game are on the way soon.
It's been speculated that this scene with Cloud and Sephiroth could be a scene in Nibelheim.
Square Enix has stated that it will reveal more details about this remake in June, so here is hoping that the publisher will officially reveal the actual platforms for this remake (from what we know so far, it will be coming on PS4 and perhaps on the PC after its console release). "Finally... The long awaited moment has come".
The company recently announced that they plan to have a showcase stream at this year's E3 Conference in June.