Square Enix is currently working on the second part of the Final Fantasy remake. But fans could get more.
Is Final Fantasy 7 going to be bigger than expected?
Square Enix has secured multiple brands including:
- Ever crisis
- The First Soldier
- The Shinra Electric Power Company logo
Ever Crisis is strongly reminiscent of the two games Before Crisis: Final Fantasy VII from 2004 and the 2007 PSP game Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII. "The First Soldier", on the other hand, seems to be a pretty clear reference to Sephiroth Final Fantasy 7 villain.
It is conceivable that one of the brands is the subtitle of the second part of the Final Fantasy 7 remake. Or we get spin-offs. Crisis Core, for example, told the history of Final Fantasy 7 around the soldier Zack. Before Crisis revolved around the Turks you are fighting in FF7. Chances are we'll get some sort of remake of either game – or both – that follows a similar twist to the Final Fantasy 7 Remake. Alternatively, a completely new game would also be conceivable.
"The First Soldier" could be an offshoot around Sephiroth. Maybe we play his story to get a deeper insight into his thoughts and actions. It doesn't have to be that these possible spin-offs for PS4 / PS5 come, mobile games would also be conceivable, as is the case with Kingdom Hearts. Or they are films, similar to the FF7 sequel Advent Children. Fans are already speculating that "The First Soldier" could be a DLC for the FF7 remake and that the RPG will then be released as a kind of Definitive Edition for PS5. And what is Square Enix up to with the Shinra logo?
Anyway, it could be an interesting time for Final Fantasy 7 fans. At least the second part of the remake comes and maybe even a lot more.
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