'Final Fantasy VII' Release Date, News & Update: Square Enix Might Dish Out The Remake On The JRPG's 30th Anniversary In January
Square Enix just release "Final Fantasy XV" to all gaming platforms recently and it is overflowing with positive comments. With "Final Fantasy XV" out, Square Enix is gearing up for the game franchise's 30th anniversary in January and reports states that the Japanese game developers are releasing "Final Fantasy VII" for the upcoming event.
'Final Fantasy VII' Released For The Game's 30th Anniversary
According to reports, there are two game directors who are currently working on "Final Fantasy VII" namely; Kyohei Suzuki and Tetsuya Nomura. With that in mind, Square Enix has double the manpower to deliver "Final Fantasy VII" into January 31, 2017 for the release of the game's remake.
A creative distinction can sometimes happen if two directors are teaming up in one project like "Final Fantasy VII", but it will also speed up the process in developing a game. Suzuki stated that to avoid misunderstanding, there should always have comprehensive discussions.
Meanwhile, GameRant reports that Square Enix will release multiple "Final Fantasy" products and games, including "Final Fantasy VII" and other games of the franchise. The publication also reports that the upcoming "Final Fantasy" anniversary will be the stage where Square Enix releases a "Final Fantasy" Collection that includes all of the older games released in the past years.
Aside from "Kingdom Hearts 3", "Final Fantasy VII" is one of Square Enix games that will be release in 2017. Square Enix has already released "Final Fantasy XV" on the market, meaning the Japanese game developers will have more ample time to finish "Final Fantasy VII."
The game's 30th anniversary an alluring sight for fans all over the world, there is still "Final Fantasy XV" to keep fans into their seats as they wait for Square Enix's official announcement if "Final Fantasy VII" will be release in the said event. For more "Final Fantasy VII" news and update stay tuned to GameNGuide!