Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2: According to producer, the team wants the game to meet the expectations of the fans, but also confuse them, in a good way
The second part of Final Fantasy VII Remake will shake players' expectations, according to the producer.
Speaking at CEDEC + Kyushu Online 2020, producer Yoshinori Kitase commented on the second part of the remake that is currently in development, saying the team wants to develop a game that not only meets the expectations of fans, but also confuse them, in a good way. This is something that was already done in the first part of the remake, but the words used by Kitase, as reported by the translator @aitaikimochi, seem to suggest something much bigger.
During the talk, Final Fantasy VII co-director Remake Naoki Hamaguchi also commented on the development team, saying that the new team that had joined since the release of the first part of the remake last year specifically wanted to work on the second part because they played the remake. The new team is providing new ideas to improve the game's action battle system.
The second part of Final Fantasy VII Remake won't be released anytime soon, but it looks like fans will soon be able to return to Midgard. Rumors from a trusted source revealed earlier this month that a PlayStation 5 update is in progress and could be announced on February 13.
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