Final Fantasy 7 remake will stick to an episodic release

Final Fantasy 7 remake comparison video shows just how much the characters have changed

At the present time, the Game is displayed a PS4 elite, however on observing past patterns, it may discharge soon on PC, Xbox and furthermore for the most recent PlayStation 5.

After being announced back in 2015, the remake of Final Fantasy VII seems to be finally getting closer.

Everyone was surprised to see Aerith, Cloud, Barret and other characters in action during the video. And everyone who knew the original game would've been thrilled at the voice and silhouette of the game's main villain, Sephiroth.

Square Enix has been on a bit of a Final Fantasy streak recently. And it can not be coincidence that, this year, Square Enix occupies the prime time E3 slot vacated by Sony. Final Fantasy VII Remake is such a nostalgic name which brings such huge numbers of recollections of our flawless adolescence. What's more, he said they are planning to release the title for the PlayStation 4 console, which means there won't be a need to wait for or buy Sony's next-gen gaming system to play the game.

Final Fantasy VII Remake character models have all been significantly improved in the latest build of the game.

And in a tweet from the official Final Fantasy account, Nomura says that "most of the plans are already in place in the run up to launch".

The folks at DualShockers translated a message on the Japanese Square Enix website, which was posted shortly after the Final Fantasy 7 Remake trailer played.

Unfortunately, the teaser trailer didn't reveal the game's release date. Square Enix promised more information in June, most likely at E3 2019. But a year ago, he was promising that the remake was "actually in development".

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