Final Fantasy 7 Remake was an interesting new imagining of the world of Final Fantasy VII. Without spoiling all of Remake all we’ll say in this article is that it did some interesting things. Things that opened up many possibilities for a Part 2 and we now know that we’re getting it, what it’s called AND when we’re getting it.
The trailer looks very intriguing and we can’t wait to see more of it.
It’s also out sooner than you might think. With the Final Fantasy VII 25th stream announcing that it is out next Winter. Don’t worry though there will be something to keep you busy until then.
The Return Of A Classic
Final Fantasy VII fans that never got their hands on a PSP will finally be able to play Crisis Core when it releases on PS5, PS4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and Steam this Winter.
It doesn’t seem to be a full remake but it will feature updated 3D models, full voiceovers and new music arrangements. The full title of the game is Crisis Core -Final Fantasy 7- Reunion and you can see the full trailer below.
What Else Do We Know?
Along with Crisis Core and Reunion, we also know that Final Fantasy VII Intergrade has finally launched on Steam. Not only that it’s Steam Deck verified! We also got to see season 3 of Final Fantasy VII The First Soldier and a nice long look at FFVII Ever Crisis.
Several members of the team behind Final Fantasy VII Remake and the various offshoots currently happening also spoke on the official Final Fantasy Twitter. You can read some of it below and find more of it over on Twitter.
We also had it confirmed that Final Fantasy VII Remake with be a trilogy. This was what a lot of fans expected so the news isn’t a massive shock but it is good to hear it confirmed.
With Final Fantasy VII Rebirth offering a glimpse of a very different looking “outside of Midgar” section of FF7 it will be interesting to see what the third game brings.
What do you think of the Final Fantasy VII Rebirth trailer below? Are you excited that it’s releasing on PS5 next year? Let us know on our social channels! You can find out about everything from the Final Fantasy VII 25th Celebration stream over on the Square Enix website.
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