Final Fantasy 7 Remake fans will be glad to know that the developer team is already working on the second chapter of the game. This original version of the game was released 23 years ago, in 1997. The game was available on the PlayStation console, and it gained popularity very soon.
But besides being liked by a huge number of players, it also became a classic. And what is there not to like about this game? It has a great storyline, and the fantastic RPG gameplay loop is the heart of the game.
Fans have been waiting a long time for this game remake to come out of hiding. There have been many rumors and speculations regarding the Final Fantasy 7 Remake video game before its official confirmation. However, in the year of 2015, fans received the great news that Final Fantasy 7 Remake finally entered the development phase.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 Is On The Way
Moving fast forward to five years later, the video game is finally out. To be more specific, the first chapter of the Final Fantasy 7 Remake is now out. But, for how long are we going to have to wait for the next chapter to come out? According to Square Enix’s suggestion, it might not be that long.
The producer of the video game, Yoshinori Kitase, confirmed that the chapter two of the Final Fantasy 7 Remake is already in the development phase. This information is based on his interview with Entertainment Weekly. However, that’s all he had to say about the upcoming part. We don’t know for sure what his suggestion implies. However, let’s just hope that we won’t have to wait another five years to enjoy it.
As painful the waiting for the Final Fantasy 7 Remake was, it is also understandable. In the beginning, the game was developed by CyberConnect2; however, later, it was overtaken by Square Enix completely. The company felt sorry for releasing the Final Fantasy 7 Remake and Kingdom Hearts III so late, but neither of the games is disappointing, so, it doesn’t matter anymore.
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