Final Fantasy VII Remake is said to be going well during development according to producer Yoshinori Kitase. We also learn that folks will be able to see some Final Fantasy VII Remake progress during the upcoming 30th anniversary event.
A mixture of emotions seem to be running around regarding Square Enix title in development, which is better known as Final Fantasy VII Remake. The game will not be a direct remaster, however it will be a complete remake.
This means that new features, mechanics and content will be in the game. If you want to be the judge and see for yourself what is what, the older English and Japanese Final Fantasy VII PSX 2015 trailers sit below.
Now that you know some of the changes at hand, according to publication site PRTimes it is said that new Final Fantasy VII Remake content will be shown off in Japan. This act will take place during a special 30th anniversary event.
The publication site reads that Square Enix and Sony will be teaming up for an art exhibition titled “Final Fantasy 30th Anniversary Exhibition – Farewell Story Exhibition”. Here attendees will be able witness never before seen works, which includes other titles too.
This exhibit will allow attendees to listen to audio/music from the games present, which happen to be paired with wireless spoken information upon approaching one of the exhibits.
If producer Yoshinori Kitase is speaking the truth that development is going well in regard to Final Fantasy VII Remake, hopefully we can not only see more progress made through the 30th anniversary event, but through another trailer.
If you are thinking about personally going, the event will be held at the Mori Art Center Gallery in the Roppongi Hills Tokyo complex. The event will start on January 22nd and will end on February 28th.