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TranceformerFX said:

Midgar is a huge city and we've barely explored 2 sectors in the original game. They said in the remake we'll be able to see more of Midgar.

Midgar will take up one whole disc.

No, it would not. 

why not?



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deskpro2k3 said:
TranceformerFX said:

No, it would not. 

why not?

Because that would mean that Square Enix's vision of Midgar, as well as it's scope and content, would be on the same level as Los Santos in GTA5 or the Commonwealth in Fallout 4. Both of which were able to fit it on one disc.

 

There's no way Sqaure Enix would waste so much money and man power on Midgar like that. 



hope we can see a new trailer at e3, the game was announced to early, but the hype for this game is big😉



Not for nothing, but a lot of game companies recruit more people as a game is ramping up and getting closer to release. If anything this is a sign that the first part at least is closer than we thought.

FFXV was still recruiting a year before release as was Uncharted 4 just to hint that it’s not just something within square enix.

Yes this includes battle planners and key sounding name positions, even directors. I think we’re in for a surprise this E3.



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TranceformerFX said:
deskpro2k3 said:

why not?

Because that would mean that Square Enix's vision of Midgar, as well as it's scope and content, would be on the same level as Los Santos in GTA5 or the Commonwealth in Fallout 4. Both of which were able to fit it on one disc.

 

There's no way Sqaure Enix would waste so much money and man power on Midgar like that. 

That's right because just like the FFXIII Trilogy, each part of FF7R is going to be a full length game. this is SE words, not mine.

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VAMatt said:

This is another example of a game that was announced too early. Like, way, way, way too early.  They announced it before they even knew what game they were going to make.  

announced a decade too early



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I like how people here are optimistic. I too am optimistic, therefore my prediction of the release of the first part is 2025.




VAMatt said:

This is another example of a game that was announced too early. Like, way, way, way too early.  They announced it before they even knew what game they were going to make.  

That has been sony strategy to boost ps4 sales since 2013 and it really worked well. Im a sony guy but I imagine what would be the outcome is xone was just a normal videogame since the beggining and if sony didnt hype games 5-8 years before the games launch.



EnricoPallazzo said:
VAMatt said:

This is another example of a game that was announced too early. Like, way, way, way too early.  They announced it before they even knew what game they were going to make.  

That has been sony strategy to boost ps4 sales since 2013 and it really worked well. Im a sony guy but I imagine what would be the outcome is xone was just a normal videogame since the beggining and if sony didnt hype games 5-8 years before the games launch.

Um. No... That is not Sony's strategy. And even if it was, it doesn't help a game when its announced too early - The Last Guardian is a prime example.

2011 - 2013 was the best time to release that game because interest levels were at it's peak, but obviously it didn't and the only direction you can go when you're at the top is down, down...and down. By the time The Last Guardian finally came out in Dec. 2016, interest in that game was minimal at best. Sales GREATLY suffered for that game for announcing it too early.



deskpro2k3 said:
TranceformerFX said:

Because that would mean that Square Enix's vision of Midgar, as well as it's scope and content, would be on the same level as Los Santos in GTA5 or the Commonwealth in Fallout 4. Both of which were able to fit it on one disc.

 

There's no way Sqaure Enix would waste so much money and man power on Midgar like that. 

That's right because just like the FFXIII Trilogy, each part of FF7R is going to be a full length game. this is SE words, not mine.

Yeah I know, I've read that statement from SE.