Final Fantasy VII Remake – Part 2 discussed by developers
April 10, 2020, was a special date for fans of the Final Fantasy saga, as it marked the launch of the first part of Final Fantasy VII Remake on PlayStation 4.
Today, fans are now eagerly awaiting news of this: second part, which should take players beyond the impassable gates of Midgar. So when the game’s producer and his co-director exchange a few anecdotes during a conference, the ears of the most passionate are obviously listening!
This is particularly the case of Aitai Kimochi alias Audrey who, on her Twitter account, reveals the discussion that took place just a few days ago between Yoshinori Kitase, the game’s producer, and Naoki Hamaguchi, the co-project director.
A discussion arose during CEDEC + Kyushu 2020 Online, an event hosted by Akihiro Hino of Level-5. They lingered in particular on the famous Part 2 of Final Fantasy VII Remake, which, we recall, never had a release window, nor a real title from the developers.
And what we learn in particular is that the developers of this suite intend to offer players a world as coherent as what they offered with Midgar.
“When creating the Final Fantasy VII Remake, we decided that the whole game would take place in Midgar, and we created a realistic world within Midgar itself. For example, you didn’t really know what the board might look like from a slum perspective in the original game. Still, we got to visualize that in the remake.” – Naoki Hamaguchi, the co-director of the project.
“In Part 2, we want to take this kind of detail and allow users to experience the rest of the world in the same way”. – Naoki Hamaguchi, the co-director of the project.
With Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2, the developers want to surprise players again, starting with the early fans who discovered the title in 1997 when it was first launched, but also the newcomers who have ventured into it. First time in the universe at the time of the release of the remake.
As a reminder, Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2 still does not have a release date, but the latter, although particularly discreet, seems to be in good hands. Stay tuned for the next update.