On Thursday, we got our first look at Final Fantasy 7 Remake in a long while, and it was arguably the stream-stealing moment in Sony's latest State of Play. Gameplay shows Cloud facing off against robots and enemy soldiers as he and the other members of AVALANCHE conduct their bombing run on a Mako power plant.
It has likewise been uncovered that the Game will be propelled in a progression of Episodes, the storyline was so rich, they chose not to cut any part.More news: U.S. presidential contender Kamala Harris favors look at breaking up Facebook
The first Final Fantasy 7 Remake trailer in four years debuted yesterday, and today IGN learned that it will likely still be an episodic game as first announced in 2015. The video, which was posted in YouTube, has been viewed more than 2.1 million times as of writing time.More news: Pakistan To Get $6 Billion From IMF Over Next Three Years
One of the real explanation behind the notoriety of Final Fantasy Game was its stunning storyline and character improvement, which is the reason it is called Final Fantasy VII Remake to set up it will have a similar story. In response, a Square Enix representative simply pointed us back toward the press release from 2015 that initially revealed the remake would be "a multi-part series", and that they had no further information to share beyond what had already been announced there.
This has always been on of the more controversial changes surrounding Final Fantasy VII Remake but despite behind-the-scenes changes during development, it looks like Square Enix will be sticking to the original plan. But previous year, he was promising that the remake was "actually in development".More news: 'Pikachu' tries to dethrone the 'Avengers,' but just misses
Unfortunately, the teaser trailer didn't reveal the game's release date.