Final Fantasy VII Remake’s sequel is called Rebirth, and it’s out next year

Sharanya Sinha
Sharanya Sinha July 27, 2022
Updated 2022/08/05 at 2:42 PM
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Thursday night, during its Final Fantasy VII 25th Anniversary Celebration webcast, Square Enix made the next installment of the Final Fantasy VII remake saga public announcements. The title of the game is Final Fantasy VII Rebirth, and it will debut “next winter” only for the PS5. We now have an indication as to what the upcoming game may entail because Remake finished on a significant cliffhanger that left room for a lot more plot to come. Square Enix released a brief clip that showed off some of the environment outside of Midgar as well as enigmatic shots of Cloud Strife and Sephiroth strolling together and a wounded Cloud curled up next to Crisis Core protagonist Zack Fair.

Tetsuya Nomura, the game’s creative director, said in a message posted on Twitter that “Final Fantasy VII Rebirth is being built so that people may enjoy this game whether they knew the original game or not.” “Final Fantasy VII Rebirth may even be a good place for novice gamers to begin their Final Fantasy VII experience. In this game, Cloud and his buddies go off on a new trip, and I think the events that they encounter after leaving Midgar will provide gamers with a novel, unique experience. Rebirth is the second game of a planned trilogy, Square Enix recently disclosed. Previously, it was unknown how many games would make up the remake tale. On the third title, some development has already started, according to Nomura. “I have begun working on the development and am working towards the completion of the series.”

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In spite of high expectations, the PS4 version of Final Fantasy VII Remake debuted in April 2020 and ended up being fairly enjoyable. I found a lot of comfort in roaming Midgar with Cloud and his friends during the first few weeks of the epidemic, and last year, I had a joy playing through the PS5-optimized version and the Yuffie-focused DLC. Remake debuted on PC in December through the Epic Games Store, and on Thursday Square Enix announced that it will be live on Steam the next day, on June 17. Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion, a remake of Crisis Core: The show, was recently revealed by Square Enix. This winter, that game will be accessible on the PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, and Xbox.

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