The Final Fantasy VII Remake train has been anything but silent. With an ever-growing modding scene, PC port, and the latest Intermission DLC from 2021, the series has improved content-wise. However, a recent VGC report with the original FFVII director, Yoshinori Kitase, has confirmed a reveal for the next part of the remake. As of now, the reveal will happen around the hype of the series’ 25th anniversary!
Kitase was careful about revealing any dates since Final Fantasy VII Remake was notoriously announced way early back in 2015. To keep consistent, he instead voiced that “within the next 12 months [they] want to share some information” regarding the game’s look and what to expect.
“We are hard at work on Final Fantasy 7: Ever Crisis, so please look forward to that. In addition, with regards to the long-awaited Final Fantasy 7 Remake [Part 2]… there will be more information…this year if we can.”
What will Part 2 cover?
Part 2 has been the subject of discussion since FFVIIR is exploring a diverging plot opposed to the original game. However, the second installment could remain largely the same after the party leaves Midgard – but fans believe that a whole new plot could unfold, and that’s exciting and daunting since its legacy could be tarnished by experimentation.
Speculation aside, we’re bound to see new info pop out as the year goes on, so keep your eyes out for Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2 announcements!
Via: PC Gamer