Final Fantasy VII Remake team is hiring "core members"

Sheri Evans
March 13, 2018

While one would hope that development on the upcoming Final Fantasy VII Remake is pretty far along, a lot of information surrounding the game is now a mystery.

There is no fixed release date for the Final Fantasy VII remake, with Yosuke Matsuda indicating, in a recent financial results briefing, that Square Enix plans on releasing it "in the next three years or so".

Can work in the best development environment! The recruitment message has info on its requirements and a progress update on the game's development.

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Recruiting core members for the project!

A job listing (via Gematsu) on the company's website (yes, they're still hiring for the game almost three years on from its reveal) claims however that the team 'should aim for even higher quality in order to meet the expectations of fans'. The game uses the Unreal 4 engine, which is also being used for the company's other upcoming AAA title, Kingdom Hearts 3. The new hire will be encouraged to contribute ideas towards the characters as well as "brainstorm level designs for each location". Today, the Japanese publisher has commented on the game's current development state in a fresh job ad. According to Siliconera, the job isn't mean to be a last-minute replacement for the work volume but that Square Enix is looking for someone to assist in recreating the game for a modern audience.

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