Expect to play the last part of Final Fantasy VII Remake with your grandchildren, because it sounds like it could be many, many years before the ambitious project wraps up with its final episodic release. In fact, Square Enix doesn't even know how many parts the remake will. When you consider that the first part, which is hitting PS4 next March, is only about 20 percent of the original, which seems to suggest the remake will span anywhere from three to five games.
It will not take four years for future parts to release like this one. So, for the sake of a quick thought experiment, let's say each party takes three years. That means if everything goes well and the remake is only three parts, we won't see the project finished until 2026. If it's four parts, it will be 2029. And if it's five parts, it won't wrap until 2032. Now, these are just estimates, but it does get the point across: that we probably won't see the remake finish for quite some time.
the game's world and characters. It's more of a full realization of the original vision than a one-for-one of the original game. They are making Final Fantasy VII Remake as if they were making it a modern day. According to Square Enix, part will be like a standalone Final Fantasy game.
Part one of Final Fantasy VII Remake is poised to release on March 3, 2020 via the PlayStation 4. At the moment of publishing, there is no need for any additional ports beyond PS5.
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