Nomura Says Lack Of Final Fantasy VII Remake News Is Due To Priority Of KH3 And Other Releases

By Sato . June 26, 2018 . 3:00am

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It’s been a while since we last saw anything new from Final Fantasy VII Remake other than a glimpse at the Air Buster boss fight. Tetsuya Nomura shared an explanation on why Square Enix is holding back. [Thanks, Ryokutya2089.]

 

When asked about Final Fantasy VII Remake during a recent interview, director Tetsuya Nomura said he acknowledges that there’s been some fake news [Likely about the rumored 2023 release window] and fans may feel uneasy about it but he said the development is going favorably and solidifying.

 

However, Nomura said that the lack of new information on Final Fantasy VII Remake has nothing to do with its development Status. According to the director, the reason for this is because Square Enix is prioritizing the release of other titles, including Kingdom Hearts III.

 

Square Enix is currently looking ahead for a possible timing to release new information on Final Fantasy VII Remake, and Nomura asked fans to wait a little while longer. Kingdom Hearts III releases in January 25-29, 2019, so hopefully we’ll get a more steady flow of news on the game after its release.

 

Final Fantasy VII Remake is in development for PlayStation 4. Check our previous report for more from Nomura, who said the game will dive deeper into the members of AVALANCHE and other characters.


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