Oct 19, 2016 06:50 AM EDT | By Tim Armstrong
Game developer and publisher Square Enix has yet to provide the release date details of the upcoming "Final Fantasy 7" Remake. However, new reports have emerged suggesting that the game might get showcased at the upcoming PlayStation Experience or PSX 2016 this December 2016 in Anaheim, CA. Several reports have also surfaced revealing some concrete details about the game's release in 2017.
According to the report, "Final Fantasy 7" Remake will also feature a new battle system, which will surely give a better gaming experience to players compared to the original title. This was revealed by the game director Tetsuya Nomura who also said that a team of developers are currently working on the upcoming release of the highly anticipated title. Although nothing much has been provided as to what are the improvements of the game from its original version, many fans believe that Square Enix will reveal most of it during PSX 2016.
Judging from the previous trailer materials of the new "Final Fantasy 7" Remake, it is quite obvious that the goal of the game developer is make the new version more action packed and exciting. Apparently, Square Enix will try to capture the interest of the new generation of gamers by making sure the upcoming title has what it takes to compete with other action packed games. There have been speculations saying that the new title might come out as a totally different game from the original; however, industry experts believe that some elements from the previous game will remain.
Meanwhile, reports are circulating that "Final Fantasy 7" Remake will soon be available on Nintendo NX; however, Nomura confirmed that the company does not have any plan in porting the game on a new platform. It will be interesting to experience "Final Fantasy 7" remake on the upcoming consoles from Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft.
"Final Fantasy 7" Remake is said to come out sometime in 2017. Stay tuned for more news and updates.
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