Some weeks have passed without news about Final Fantasy VII Remake; however, everything indicates that its development is on the right track.
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". Today, the Japanese publisher has commented on the game's current development state in a fresh job ad.
The job listing was translated by Siliconera and is seeking an "active core member" for Final Fantasy 7 Remake who can "increase its quality another step higher". It seems like the developers, Square Enix, are examining programs that implement general functions and contents for the game.
They would certainly not be wrong, fans do have high hopes for the visuals, especially when the title is a remake.That said, they rolled out some details on how will they be tackling this production situation.
Looking for new level planners is not a last-minute replacement, Square Enix adds.
By setting up core members from different positions as level organizers, battle planners, and designers and keeping in mind that there already exist persons from the developing team, they all should chip away at this together to accomplish the objective.
Remember that Final Fantasy VII: Remake is an episodic, multi-volume game so there's no guarantee whether or not the first installment is finished, and if the team is expanding to help build the other portions of the game.
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