Friday, July 1, 2022

Ff7 Remake Part 2: Final Fantasy Rebirth, Coming Next Winter!

In Part 1 of our Final Fantasy 7 Remake coverage, we talked about the core of what made ff7 remake part 2 great and its biggest flaws. In Part 2, we’ll discuss everything we know about the remake and what Square Enix has in store for us next. It should come as no surprise that with this game being such a big deal, much information has been released over the last year or so about it – including some very exciting new details announced just last month.


Will there be an FF7 remake of Part 2?

Given that Square-Enix announced an ff vii remake part 2. It would be reasonable to assume that there will also be an ff7 remake part 2. However, since no official announcement has been made regarding a final fantasy 7 remake part 2, for now. We must assume there will not be. After all, if an HD remake were to be released on other platforms. Why wouldn’t Square-Enix also release it on PC?

After all, they have created ports of their older games (e.g., FFVIII and FFX) to mobile devices and PC. Perhaps Square-Enix could port FFXV to PC, however. It is more likely that Square-Enix will announce an ff7 part 2 after they finish working on FFXV, which is scheduled to come out. Or perhaps Square-Enix will wait until after Kingdom Hearts III comes out next year before announcing anything else. At any rate. There will be an ff7 remake pc by early, at least.

Will FF7 Remake Part 2 carry over progress?

If you were worried that your progress in part 1 would carry over to part 2, don’t be. Square Enix has confirmed there will be no saved imports. Making it clear they want players to play both parts of FF7R as if they were different games. That said, it’s unclear how much time will pass between FF7R and FF7R2. Based on a previous tweet by producer Yoshinori Kitase. At least a few years will have passed before it return to Midgar. It’s also unclear if you’ll be able to transfer data from ff13-2 into 7r1/r2 like Nintendo Switch games allow with many titles in The Legend of Zelda series. One thing is for sure, though. While combat systems may change, graphics certainly won’t.

I’d wager to say ff vii remake part 2 will look even better than Kingdom Hearts 1 when all is said and done! Hopefully, we will get more news about the final fantasy vii remake soon. Until then, stay tuned! Are any major characters getting cut? Will Cloud ever grow a beard? While character details are scarce now (know that Barrett is still cool). Kitase mentioned new faces during an interview with Famitsu (via Gematsu). Though he didn’t go into detail about who these new faces might be or whether. Or not old ones would leave.


Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 Release Date:

Many fans of the Final Fantasy series predict that Final Fantasy XVI will release. Due to a leak by Nvidia, there’s speculation that ff7 remake part 2 ff7 remake part 2pc by. What does that have to do with the final fantasy 7 remake part 2? If we think about it. The studio likely won’t release two major games from the Final Fantasy franchise in the same quarter. Still, a very early release date of late is unlikely, given that Square Enix just announced the 25th Anniversary of Final Fantasy 7. If this leak proves accurate, we should consider two possible final fantasy 7 remake part 2 release date. News reports regarding the eagerly awaited Final Fantasy VII remake will be revealed this year. Considering Final Fantasy XVII already got a release date of summer.

It is most likely the Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2 will either get an early release or at least a late release. With this new information, most fans would likely disappoint. As it would nearly take four years to develop a sequel to a game with the same mechanics and engine as the first part. Would it hurt the sales of Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2? Almost certainly not. But then again, we have to account for the game’s length. And this might not be the final installment of the remake. If it turns out to be true.


Final Fantasy VII 25th anniversary stream confirm:

In celebration of the final fantasy news 7’s 25th Anniversary, Square Enix has revealed a 10-minute live stream. This might be where we get our first glimpse of the second half of the game. The stream will take place on November 11 at 3 PM PT / 6 PM ET / 11 PM GMT. The video above confirms that players can play as Cloud on their motorcycle in Kingdom Hearts. The PlayStation Experience is almost here, and it’s time to start preparing for what’s coming. This year’s event will kick off with an open keynote from Sony Interactive Entertainment Worldwide Studios Chairman Shawn Layden. Who is expect to talk about PlayStation 4 games and future updates for PSVR.

Preparing with Intergrade:

In an interview published on the Unreal Engine blog, the developers of the Final Fantasy VII remake talked about how they utilized modern hardware to make the game look better. The interview touches on the game’s faster loading times, improved visuals, and what the team learned. For gamers craving Final Fantasy updates, Square Enix has granted a warm update. Tetsuya Nomura, co-director, said his biggest goal with the latest consoles was to gain first-hand knowledge of next-gen hardware and is sure that my technical experience gained with Intergrade will help the development of FF7 REMAKE 2. Additionally, it sounds like his experience has been just as useful for developers currently working on future games for Square Enix.


Talking maps:

In an interview with The Gamer, Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 co-director Naoki Hamaguchi touched on what players might be able to expect from the game in terms of its world-building and map. Hamaguchi understands that there are lots of fans out there who want to see a world map. So the Final Fantasy 7 Remake will attempt to utilize the world to the fullest extent, while there’s nothing special about the inclusion of Fort Condor mini-games. We always wanted to include a mini-game in the Yuffie episode from the start of development. We thought it would be better to do something that pays homage to the original and be nostalgic for those who played it rather than come up with something new.

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Using elements from Intermission:

One possibility with Final Fantasy 7 Remake Interlude about Part 2, according to its co-director Naoki Hamaguchi, is that aspects of the first would feature in the second, including team-up moves such as Yuffie and Sonon’s from Interlude. This newest edition satisfies them, in which the strategy element of the command-based battle from the original exists with the real-time, action-oriented battle. Additionally, with ‘Intermission,’ there’s an additional element introduced: combos when Yuffie and Sonsen team-up. This makes for a different feel in battle strategy, and I would like to include these, as well as other elements we tried out in ‘Intermission,’ in our next story.


Leveraging the vastness of the world:

In an interview with IGN(opens in new tab). ff7 remake part 2 co-director Motomu Toriyama offered some tantalizing teasers for the game while talking about Intergrade’s recent Yuffie DLC. Toriyama couldn’t offer much in the way of details but did say, “as for improvement, or should I say ‘change,’ moving forward. Because the next instalment will involve Cloud and company to leave Midgar and explore the world map. Their next challenge to create gameplay that leverages the vastness of the world. Unlike what we did in this current title.

FF7 Remake Part 2 will utilize the PS5’s power:

Ff7 part 2 fans excit for what the PS5 upgrade might bring.Unfortunately, have to wait for Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 to see how Square Enix can fully utilize the PS5’s hardware features. The news comes from a Famitsu interview (opens in new tab) translated by VGC with Final Fantasy 7 Remake co-director Tetsuya Nomura, who said that PS5 hardware features, namely the DualSense controller’s adaptive triggers.

While Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade’s PS5 release boasts a quality-of-life feature set you’d expect from a current-generation upgrade. Such as a higher frame rate and better image quality. Nomura confirmed that we’d have to wait for Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 for the full PS5 hardware experience. He said: “in terms of using all of the features of PlayStation 5.


Hints in Final Fantasy ff7 remake part 2:

To Famitsu, the producer Yoshinori Kitase says there are many hints about what could happen in the second part. Adding that I’m looking forward to seeing fans’ theories on social media about what will happen next. With this first game, he seems to hint that there is a lot of potential for the future.


More playable characters:

Square Enix has also opened up on who will be playable in Final Fantasy 7 Remake. The list includes Cloud, Barret, Tifa, Aerith, Red XIII, and Cait Sith. That’s right Tifa is not a part of Avalanche Studios’ initial reveal trailer. However, if you were looking forward to playing as her in Final Fantasy 7 Remake. Square Enix has confirmed that it playable in some form or another at a later date after launch.

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