The development of Final Fantasy 7 Remake – Part 2 is now in full swing. Game Director Tetsuya Nomura revealed this in an interview. The team also wants to publish the successor as soon as possible. But fans still have to be patient. The Whispers were once again the subject of the conversation.
Game Director Tetsuya Nomura announced in a recent interview with the Japanese Famitsu that the development of Final Fantasy 7 Remake – Part 2 is now in full swing. Even if the edition has not yet been published, are at Twitter some highlights from the conversation have already emerged. According to Nomura, the second part of the new edition should appear as soon as possible.
"We know that everyone wants the next part quickly. We want to get it as fast as possible. (…) We hope that we can continue to improve the quality of the next branch in order to offer an even better experience. "
Final Fantasy 7 Remake was released exclusively for PS4 in March 2020. The role-playing game could also appear on other platforms in April 2021 at the earliest. The new edition is only the first part of the story, which Square Enix will tell in several parts this time. Tetsuya Nomura shouldn't even know exactly how many parts it will be in the end. At that time, we already reported on the fantastic remake in our test of role playing.
Other highlights from the interview deal with the mysterious Whispers that appear to the characters in the game when Aerith comes into contact with them. In the interview, however, Nomura did not want to reveal when Aerith sees the Whispers herself. It is still unclear when Part 2 of Final Fantasy 7 Remake could be released. A release for PS5 is more than certain.
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