'Final Fantasy VII Remake' Could Be Announced At MAGIC Event; Tetsuya Nomura Confirmed Present
The "Final Fantasy VII Remake" is one that many have waited for in a while, but only know very little about. Now, it seems that light will be shed on it soon, as the man behind the game himself teases.
According to Express, the upcoming "Final Fantasy VII Remake" could have some new information coming within the week, care of its director Tetsuya Nomura. It has been confirmed that Nomura will be attending the Monaco Anime Game International Conference, otherwise known as MAGIC, dated February 18.
Although it is not an official announcement, watchful fans are hoping and expecting that something related to the title will appear. Whether it comes in the form of news or gameplay footage.
As per Siliconera, Square Enix has promised that there will be surprises to wait for soon, more so because the company is celebrating the 30th anniversary of the "Final Fantasy" franchise. One of the highlights include how the rest of the game will be disseminated throughout the coming console generations, especially if it would affect the quality.
"With the quality line set in place, it's our duty to carry on and protect it until the very end without having any disturbances for the episodes under production. But of course as we advance through the episodes, it'll only be natural to have quality that is fitting for the next generation [of when the episode releases]," Kitase elaborated on the "Final Fantasy VII Remake" plans.
The "Final Fantasy VII Remake" was declared from the beginning to have an episodic release in the future. However, Square Enix said that it has no plans to create new content in between the wait. Ideas of mobile tie-ins or downloadable contents are still in question and fans will have to endure the brief wait before finding out anything definite.