Yoshinori Kitase, producer of Final Fantasy 7 Remake, has advanced more changes in the upcoming installments.

The first chapter of the remake was released in 2020, and Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth is slated for release in 2023 before an as-yet-unannounced third game completes the trilogy.

In a four-star review of Part 1, NME wrote, “Final Fantasy 7 Remake lets a new generation of gamers experience one of the most influential RPGs of all time, but it doesn’t just simple adaptation.With a beautifully realized world and a formidable combat system, this reimagining will delight the most dedicated fans and surprise newcomers who want to see what it’s all about.

In a new interview with VG247, producer Yoshinori Kitase spoke about the modification of the iconic RPG: “We approached the Final Fantasy 7 Remake project with the goal of making it something that fans of the original game and people who don’t don’t know him,” he explained.

He talked about playing remakes “because of the overwhelming nostalgia. It’s fun for a while, but the fun of that nostalgia only lasts for the first few sections. I played more,” he added.

“That’s why I decided that Final Fantasy 7 Remake would not only appeal to nostalgia, but also include a new story to feel nostalgic and fresh at the same time.”

Kitase went on to explain that these changes in part 1 of the remake project mean that “for parts 2 and 3, we can give fans the excitement of wondering which parts will be 100% faithful to the original and where will be the news. added.” elements”.

He continued: “The original Final Fantasy 7 has been loved by fans for over 20 years, but I started to feel that I didn’t want it to end up being archived, and I wanted to make it a title that would be loved. for another. 100 years.” It’s Final Fantasy 7 Remake.”

Earlier this year, Square Enix confirmed that Final Fantasy Day 7 has been “officially taped” in Japan, taking place on January 31 each year.

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