At E3 2015, Sony announced that Square Enix was working on the remake of Final Fantasy VII. The historic JRPG launched on the PlayStation in 1997. Finally, after four years, we know the release date. The remake will launch on March 3rd, 2020.
The game is undergoing a full reconstruction and expansion. The team will also replace the story and gameplay that is now considered badly aged.
Square Enix entrusted the project to a team composed, in part, by people that worked on the original title. Tetsuya Nomura as the character designer, Nobuo Uematsu as a composer and Yoshinori Kitase as the producer are a few examples.
This remake will be a chance for the fans of the original to come back to fight alongside their beloved characters. And an opportunity for the players that never approached the original game to visit a renewed Midgar and the rest of what Gaia has to offer.
The game will be launched on PlayStation 4.
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