'The Final Fantasy 7' Remake Could See 'More Character Deaths'
"Final Fantasy 7" remake will mark the return of one of the most famous video games of all times. However, recent reports say that Yoshinori Kitase and Tetsuya Nomura, the director and the visual director of the "Final Fantasy 7" game have revealed that they are planning more character deaths in the game.
'Final Fantasy 7' Remake Makers Say 'More Character Deaths'
Sephiroth murdering the kindhearted Aerith Gainsborough is one of the most popular scenes in the game's history. It was indeed a shaking moment for players to see the death of Aerith. Recent reports reveal that the game is going to be even more shaking and tragic with an absolute bloodbath of a lot of playable characters.According to earlier rumours about the "Final Fantasy 7" remake, director Kitase had first planned to kill every single playable character in the game except three that the players can choose, as reported by Gamerant.
'Final Fantasy 7' Remake Will Be A Bloodshed
While it is already disturbing enough to witness the death of kind-hearted Aerith, it is indeed too hard to even imagine the death of the other beloved characters in the "Final Fantasy 7" game. Though the original version of the game did not go killing the main character. The remake of the "Final Fantasy 7" makers have revamped the combat system, made some changes in the story implying the life and death of different characters, as reported by Technobuffalo.
'Final Fantasy 7' Remake May Cause Continuity Issues
Though a lot of people felt that the changed storyline will help to save Aerith in the remake, the new revelations clearly show that even the characters that survived in the original version of the game could meet new ends in the remade one. However, such a remake could affect the follow-up CG film story of "Final Fantasy 7: Advent Children" as they would not make much of a sense if the main characters are already dead, causing continuity issues. The "Final Fantasy 7" will be playable on the PlayStation, PS3, PS4 and the Windows PC.
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