Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth: The second part of the “remake” is coming “next winter” [VIDÉO]


While 25th anniversary celebrationse birthday Final Fantasy 7Square Enix finally gave a preview of the second part’s release window make new… and unfortunately you have to be patient.

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Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 has a new name and will henceforth be known as Final Fantasy 7 rebirth. The continuation of make new will probably be released on PlayStation 5 “next winter” according to the trailer.

“Three years may seem like a long time for all the fans looking forward to the next game,” writes series producer Yoshinori Kitase. in a Twitter post. “But we want to offer the best possible experience and reassure everyone that development is progressing surprisingly quickly for an HD title of this magnitude.”

Square Enix has also confirmed this, according to the band rebirth will be the second part of a trilogy, and the development team had already set to work to produce the final part of the make new, according to game director Naoki Hamaguchi. However, we don’t know the title or the planned release window.


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We remember that the first part, Final Fantasy 7 Remakewas released for PlayStation 4 in April 2020, almost five years after it was first announced. The PlayStation 5 version of the game and its version intergrad came the following year. Square Enix then ported it Make new on Windows PC via the Epic Games Store. Finally, this Friday, June 17th, a Steam version will be released that will be compatible with the Steam Deck.

Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Reunion Notice

Square Enix used the celebrations to announce Zack’s return Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Reunion. the make new is a successor to Final Fantasy 7which was originally released for the PSP in North America in 2008. According to Square Enix Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Reunion will be released this winter for Xbox Series X/S, PS5, PS4, Switch and PC.

Other announcements regarding Square Enix’s popular RPG were also made during Thursday night’s presentation.

Below are Final Fantasy 7 Forever Crisis, coming to mobile and will have a closed beta in 2022. The mobile game is a make new graphically less intense of the franchise FF7 and covers not only the story of the original game, but also the stories of spin-off titles. Unfortunately, Square Enix hasn’t given a specific date or a way to sign up for the beta.

Pay exclusively for Final Fantasy 7 and other collectibles were also unveiled at Thursday night’s conference.

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