FFVII Remake Part 3 Story Is Apparently Done
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FFVII Remake Part 3 Story Is Apparently Done

According to a translation by Aitai Kuji owner Audrey Lamsam, who has the recently released Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Ultimania, the story for FFVII Remake part 3 is done. The Japanese edition of the book also confirmed that the same people who worked on the first two parts will be working on the third part.

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Lamsam first shared a summary of Director Tetsuya Nomura’s thoughts regarding the story for FFVII Remake part 3. It will apparently include a “very important” addition that wasn’t present in the PlayStation original. Nomura also said the cast could begin recording soon. 

As for the comment from FFVII Remake trilogy Producer Yoshinori Kitase, Lamsam noted that he cited how the first two games had the same people developing it. That will carry over for the final part.

Here is Lamsam’s full summary from social media:

There’s no word yet on an English release of Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Ultimania, which just launched in Japan on April 12, 2024. However, Final Fantasy VII Remake: Material Ultimania is available in English now, and Amazon notes that the Plus edition of it will appear on November 24, 2024.

Final Fantasy VII Rebirth and its demo are available on the PS5, with the exclusivity arrangement ending on May 29, 2024. FFVII Remake is available for the PS4, PS5, and PC, and FFVII Ever Crisis is available on the PC and mobile devices. There is no release date for the third entry in the FFVII Remake trilogy yet.


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