The first episode of the Final Fantasy 7 remake offers you more content than the original game. This also includes the Shinra building, in which you can explore a completely new floor.
The first episode of Final Fantasy 7 remakes should be as extensive as a regular final fantasy game, but only offer the section within the city of Midgar of the original game. That means you'll see loads of new content – including on a new floor at Shinra headquarters.
A mysterious floor
"I'm not going to tell exactly what's new because I want people to enjoy it when they actually play the game," said Square Enix's Naoki Hamaguchi. "But I will say that the Final Fantasy 7 remake will add a new upper floor to the Shinra building to showcase a highlight that wasn't original."
Producer Yoshinori Kitase adds: "In the original there were many pauses in the game where the screen went black and then the game continued in another location. In other words, there were many parts between the sections of Midgar that were never suggested We wanted to change that with a remake – to fill all these gaps, to show how the different parts of the city are connected, and to make it a continuous experience. "
Red XIII will play an important role on the new floor of the Shinra building. Although he is not an active member of the group, he can use his special skills on this floor to help you progress. In episode 2 of the Final Fantasy 7 remake, Red XIII could become a real party member.
The Final Fantasy 7 remake will be released on time on April 10th, even if there may be delays in the delivery of the boxed versions due to the global corona crisis.
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