On March 3, 2020, the first part of Remake of Final Fantasy VII will come out on PlayStation 4. It will represent about 20% of the original and will run entirely in Midgar. And it seems that this will be focused on the PlayStation 5 when this version, presumably, Holiday 2020, or at least its later parts will be. And that should not surprise, because only the first part will be released next March. The other parts – which Square Enix has not talked about yet – will come out well beyond 2020, which will be the PS5 territory and not the PS4. This does not mean that the follow ups will not be published on PS4, but simply that they will also be on PS5.
"I think our teams have made sure that the game supports both the next generation and the current generation of consoles," Square Enix President and CEO Yosuke Matsuda said in an interview. with Game Informer. "I think it's being developed so that it can be played on both, so I'm not worried about that, I think the fans will be able to enjoy it, including the next generation." of consoles. "
At the moment, it is not known if Square Enix plans to publish the first part on PS5 or only the follow-ups. It is possible that the first part is simply published on PS4 and is readable through backward compatibility.
Remake of Final Fantasy VII is in development for PS4 and apparently also for PS5. For more news, media and game information, do not miss a look at our previous and expanded coverage by clicking here.
Square Enix has confirmed in the latest news that every part of Remake of Final Fantasy VII will be of comparable size to an autonomous Final Fancy Game. In other words, big. In the meantime, the remake has a whole new cast of voice actors, including for Cloud Strife.
"Remake of Final Fantasy VII is a reinvention of the iconic original game that redefined the genre of role-playing, plunging deeper into the world and its characters than ever before. The first game of this project will take place in the eclectic city of Midgar and present a fully autonomous gaming experience that will provide an excellent starting point for the series.
"With unforgettable characters and a powerful story, Final Fantasy VII Remake offers a hybrid combat system that combines real-time action with strategic command-based combat. "
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