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https://gematsu.com/2018/06/final-fantasy-vii-remake-development-going-well-moving-along-more-than-expected-says-tetsuya-nomura

 

Final Fantasy VII Remake director Tetsuya Nomura commented on the status of the game’s development in the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu.  

Here are the tidbits:

  • “We’re trying to figure out when we will put out the next news release.”
  • “Production is going well.”
  • “The scenario will also delve into the members of Avalanche.”
  • “[Development] is moving along more than expected, so please wait for the next news release with peace of mind.”

Final Fantasy VII Remake is in development for PlayStation 4.

 

Update 1:04 a.m.: Here are two, more detailed quotes:

  • “The direction was pretty much decided upon before we changed to internal development, and production is going well.”
  • “While preserving the atmosphere of the original, the scenario will dig deeper into the characters, including members of Avalanche.”

 



Last edited by UltimateGamer1982 - on 20 June 2018

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Was just about to post this.

This should shut the worry warts/fear mongerers/Trolls up.



Something is better than nothing. I'll be patently waiting.



doesnt really mean anything until actual news drops



Sounds a lot like PR talk.



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I mean, he's spent so many years working on multiple projects at the same time, so it must be great only having one responsibility... I know Kingdom Hearts 3 isn't out yet, but surely he can't have much more to do on it, so seeing more time devoted to just one project will surely feel odd for him, lol.



Fall 2099 here we come.



So Square is asking us to "plz be excited" basicaly ?



We might hear something new at PSX then, or Tokyo game show at the earliest.

Last edited by deskpro2k3 - on 20 June 2018

So it's gonna be out on PS6 instead of the holodeck?



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