Square Enix has revealed new information about one of the most anticipated game in recent years, we are referring to the remake of legendary Final Fantasy VII, which will be in a completely remastered form of a trilogy and promises to offer 30 hours of gameplay per episode, a total of up to 90 hours of gameplay to complete the story. The development team of Square Enix is consisting of the original developers of Final Fantasy VII: Yoshinori Kitase, Tetsuya Nomura, and Kazushige Nojima.

Final Fantasy VII Remake will be a trilogy with 90 hours of gameplay 

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“It will essentially be a full scale game for each part of the multi-part series,” said Kitase. “In XIII, each installment told the story from a different angle. It was kind of like approaching an unknown territory in a sense. Whereas with Final Fantasy VII Remake, we already have a preexisting story, so it wouldn’t really make sense if that isn’t encompassed in a multi-part series. So if we’re just looking at each of these parts, one part should be on par with the scale of oneFinal Fantasy XIII game.”

Kitase, Nomura, and Nojima also say that, they feel they have “full freedom” to add or change the content found in the original game released in 1997, so the remake could be very different from the original launch that changed the history of RPG games. Square Enix has already revealed the inclusion of a new combat system based on the action for the Final Fantasy VII Remake, showing a “dramatic change” of the combat system with original Active Time Battle. Despite all this, according to the developers, they want to make their fans happy, with many changes as possible..

It is expected that during the E3 2016 (14 to 16 June) Square Enix will present new content related to Final Fantasy VII Remake with its official release date.

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