Final Fantasy VII Remake Will Still Be a Multi-Part Release
Final Fantasy VII is getting a high-quality full remake. We have seen it in action again recently after Square Enix promised to share more announcements about the project in 2019.
One of the things that the fans were wondering about Final Fantasy VII Remake was regarding its release schedule since it was first announced as being split into multiple parts. This hasn’t changed as spotted in the Japanese press release shared by Square Enix for the game. It was released along with the new trailer.
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Final Fantasy VII was a large game back when it was released for the PS1. It was shipped on multiple discs, three in total, and offered a lot of high-quality pre-rendered cutscenes which were a rarity at that time. As the effort to remake the game is quite demanding, Square Enix had already discussed releasing the full remake in multiple parts, and despite the three years long silence, they are keeping it up.
Fans who are eager to get their hands on the game will have to make do with the multi-part nature of the release here. Square Enix had assured that each part would be equal to a full game and they compared it to something like Final Fantasy XIII, which had a total of three games released for it.
Final Fantasy VII Remake still doesn’t have a release date but it will get more information shared at the upcoming E3 2019. The game is confirmed for the PS4 and when it was first announced, there was a timed exclusivity period for the PS4 but this disclaimer has been removed for the most recent trailer.