'Final Fantasy 7' Remake Release Date, News & Update: Game Coming Early In 2017? Features Copied From ‘Kingdom Hearts 3’?
It is not surprising that Square Enix will have a "Final Fantasy 7" Remake and fans are already excited for its release. Latest news suggest that "Final Fantasy 7" will have a three part installment release and the first part is most likely to hit a bit earlier than the expected date next year.
Early Release For 'Final Fantasy 7' Next Year?
"Final Fantasy 7" is one the best games that came out with the PlayStation 1 during its debut back in 1997. The "Final Fantasy 7" Remake was announced in the E3 Expo during the PlayStation conference and it has received a standing ovation in the said event.
University Herald reports that "Final Fantasy 7" Remake will have multiple installments, which takes back to its first release of having 3 CDs and over 40 hours of gameplay. The supposed separation is actually intended to give help fans recollect some "Final Fantasy 7" memories and to also make them appreciate the modern graphics to be used in the game's remake.
According to reports, some game features of "Final Fantasy 7" have been improved for the revamped version of the game. Though Square Enix has not yet confirmed anything as of yet, reports are claiming that "Final Fantasy 7" Remake is going to be launched in 2017.
Meanwhile, The Gospel Herald reports that the "Final Fantasy 7" Remake will use real-time battle system similar to what the "Kingdom Hearts" franchise has. In other words, players can now control the protagonist, Cloud or one of his companions in the game, freely to attack enemies and they can also cast magic spells in "Final Fantasy 7" Remake.
So far, Square Enix has not yet revealed an official release for "Final Fantasy 7" Remake and fans should definitely wait for the game developer's announcement. For now, gamers can expect "Final Fantasy XV" to be launched in Nov. 29. For more "Final Fantasy 7" Remake news and update, stay tuned to GamenGuide!