Final Fantasy 7 Devs Share Messages with Fans in Celebration of the Game’s 25th Anniversary

Final Fantasy 7's developers celebrate its 25th anniversary with messages shared with fans talking about the past and the future.

Posted By | On 01st, Feb. 2022

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Earlier last week, Square Enix shared with everyone that as a commemoration of Final Fantasy 7 turning 25 years this month, they would be doing an anniversary stream helmed by developers such as Tetsuya Nomura and Yoshinori Kitase, both of whom worked on the remake of the game as well. Following the announcement, the official Twitter of Final Fantasy recently shared messages from both Nomura and Kitase.

Kitase, who was the director of the original Final Fantasy 7, co-directed Final Fantasy 7 Remake, and is producing its sequel, points out that this year also marks the 35th anniversary of the whole series as a whole. He says that the team was honored that the game was voted as the third-most-popular game ever by gamers in a Japanese TV poll last year, and also assures that players can look forward to more exciting developments in the future.

Tetsuya Nomura, the character designer of Final Fantasy 7 and co-director of Final Fantasy 7 Remake, says that he is grateful to the fans who have loved the game for the last 25 years, and says that thanks to their support, “Cloud has never felt far away over that time.”

Nomura also shared his thoughts on projects related to the game, such as Final Fantasy 7: The First Soldier, and Final Fantasy 7: Ever Crisis, and says he believes more and more people are supporting the original game because of projects like this, and that these projects are also helping newcomers experience the world of Final Fantasy 7. He ended his message by saying that more new Final Fantasy 7 projects are coming in the future.

Apart from this, to celebrate the 25th anniversary, the Twitter account also shared the logo for the Final Fantasy 7 25th Anniversary, which shows Cloud, Zack and Sephiroth in it.

During the celebration stream, the aforementioned Kitase also confirmed that Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 could be revealed in 2022. Read more on that through here.


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