Final Fantasy VII Rebirth announced, there is also the remaster of Crisis Core

Part 2 of Final Fantasy VII Remake is officially called Final Fantasy VII Rebirth, and this isn’t Square Enix’s only announcement.

Announcement night for the 25th anniversary celebration of Final Fantasy VII. Square Enix has in fact placed a hat-trick (and more, if we consider the mobile environment) of news related to the future of the beloved JRPG series. Starting with the most awaited of all, that Part 2 of the remake of Final Fantasy VII has long been in the air and now, waiting for chapter XVI to come out this summer, finally official.

Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion, details –

The first news of the evening was the arrival of Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade also on Steam starting today. The PC version of the game had been relegated to the Epic Games Store only but, from 17 Junethe original chapter of the remake will also be available for purchase on the Valve store and from day one there will be guaranteed compatibility with the portable Steam Deck.

Speaking of announcements, Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion, a remaster for PC via Steam, PS5, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S and Nintendo Switch will be available this winter. This remaster includes updated 3D models, full voice acting and new musical arrangements.

Final Fantasy VII Rebirth is Part 2 of the Remake –

The most anticipated announcement, however, is as anticipated that of Part 2 of Final Fantasy VII Remake. The game has a more complex name, and is Final Fantasy VII Rebirth – to all intents and purposes, the second piece of the “Remake project” as the manager Yoshinori Kitase defines it. Like the first chapter, this too will be an exclusive PlayStation console at launch and more precisely PS5 when it comes out next winter.

Also, we now officially know that the FFVII it will be divided into three parts, with Rebirth that will place itself right in the middle and another final chapter, still unnamed, which will close the story of the beloved epic. In a open letter to fans, creative director Tetsuya Nomura explained that “the scenes referred to [Cloud e i suoi amici] they witnessed after leaving Midgar will give players a new and fresh experience ”compared to the original, and for that matter Rebirth is“ being designed so that people can enjoy this game whether they know the original game or not ”. Nomura also revealed that the work has made significant progress thanks to a “new development structure”, and that “part of the development has already started on the third title” which for now does not yet have a name (let alone a launch window). .

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