Final Fantasy VII Remake Dev Explains Why First Game Focuses on Midgar; Talks Planning for the Second

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Today Square Enix made an announcement on the Final Fantasy VII Remake official Twitter account, talking about the first game of the series and planning for the second.

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As we reported yesterday, Producer Yoshinori Kitase mentioned that the team is continuing to plan and outline the volume of the second game while they finish the first. That being said, they do have their own internal schedule and plan.

Kitase-san also explained why they decided to focus on Midgar for the first game. You can find the full string of tweets below.

If you want to see more of the Final Fantasy VII Remake, you can check out today’s gameplay reveal and trailersanother from a few weeks ago, and a beautiful piece of concept artwork showing off Sephiroth, and some crazy-detailed character images featuring the protagonists.

You can also read more details about the voice and subtitle options that will be included in the game. Last, but certainly not least, you should enjoy all the details our very own Ed Mcglone learned while playing the demo at E3 2019.

The first game of the Final Fantasy VII remake will launch on PS4 on March 3, 2020. No other platforms have been announced so far.

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