Final Fantasy 7 Remake Remains a Multi-Part Release

Sheri Evans
June 11, 2019

This from-the-ground-up remake will bring the beloved 1997 RPG into the modern era, with all-new graphics and a new battle system that combines strategy and real-time combat, possibly similar to Final Fantasy XV. Well, the wait is over.

It's been a long time coming, but the Final Fantasy VII Remake is set to release on March 3, 2020 as a PS4 exclusive.

KitGuru Says: Final Fantasy VII Remake should be one of the highlights for the Square Enix conference this year, followed by Kingdom Hearts 3 DLC and the new Avengers game. The reason was to keep the quality control up and maintain a decent development schedule.

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Anticipation for the remastered JRPG is building steadily following Sony's "State of Play" livestream in May, which ended with a tease for more information in June, which must have referred to the FFVII release date unveiling.

Nah, just kidding, everyone clamored for a remake and now we're finally getting one. It then went silent, causing fans to worry that the game developer bit off more than it could chew and would shelve the game. Square also recently announced it will show off Dying Light 2 from Techland at its E3 event. There was none of that business going on in the original game, and with the remake's gameplay already heavily deviating from the style of the original, it's a minor concern that needless alterations have been made to the plot as well.

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