'Final Fantasy VII' New Screenshot, Remake Is Coming Its Way; Find Out Here

By Febe AF , Updated Feb 21, 2017 04:26 AM EST
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Avid fans are now happy that "Final Fantasy VII" will now be having a remake, in which an image has already been revealed. This was confirmed by the game's developer Tetsuya Nomura, a Japanese video game artist, designer and director of Square Enix, the game's publisher and developer.

The game will be an action role-playing game for PlayStation 4. The team will be headed not only by Testsuya Nomura but also by Yoshinori Kitase, as the game's producer, and Kazushige Nojima, as its scriptwriter.

It was said that "Final Fantasy VII " will be having an additional content. The team also decided to adjust the game's original character to balance between the game's style and realism.

It was through Gameblog.fr that an image was revealed as confirmed by director Tetsuya Nomura, IGN added. The image seems to hint a "KH-Esque combat system," SegmentNext added. The image shows Cloud in a stealth-esque scenario with a hero pairing Barret who is taking on a scorpion.

Developers also gave a heads up for the game's combat system. In fact, Tetsuya Nomura confirmed it by saying that he has put so much attention into the combat system. He even said that it will happen without any interruption.

It also interesting to note that allies will never take any damage from the grenades, on which became a topic of the team in their meetings admitting that they had a lot of problems with these. PushSquare, even added that Nomura confirmed that the Scorpion in the image is the first boss though he wanted to show a video but the company refused.

However, "Final Fantasy VII's " contents are not yet final yet Nomura promised to give more details soon on another occasion.Until then, this is how far we knew about the game. Let us wait for more updates so don't forget to stay tuned only here at GameNGuide.

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