Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth is an action RPG developed and published by Square Enix.
It is a sequel to 2020’s Final Fantasy 7 Remake, and the second instalment of a trilogy that in its entirety remakes the original Final Fantasy 7.
"We want to make the best experience possible and reassure everyone that development is proceeding at an astonishingly fast pace for such a large-scale HD title," says Yoshinori Kitase.
Creative director Tetsuya Nomura reveals that "some development has already begun" on the third and final instalment in the Final Fantasy 7 Remake trilogy.
The sequel to Final Fantasy 7 Remake has received its first trailer. Square Enix has also confirmed three parts for the entire Remake saga.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake co-director Yoshinori Kitase said earlier this year that Square Enix intended to unveil its sequel this year.
The developer had previously indicated that Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 might be officially unveiled sometime in 2022.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake's sequel hasn't yet been officially announced, but producer Yoshinori Kitase says that could change in 2022.
Comments by the game's director might suggest that the upcoming sequel is going to have open world elements, unlike its predecessor.
Mechanics such as synergy combos during combat seen in the recently released Intergrade are likely to be included in the upcoming sequel as well.
A look at the biggest story beats of Final Fantasy 7 Remake's expansion, and how it might lead into the inevitable sequel.
How long is too long of a wait for the next instalment in the remake saga?
Creative director Tetsuya Nomura wants to make a "proper announcement when the timing is right."
Tetsuya Nomura will remain creative director "on all things Final Fantasy 7."
Square Enix is looking to surprise fans the way they did with the first instalment.
Development on the next instalment in the remake saga seems to be progressing well.
Director Tetsuya Nomura is also aware that the next game has to release quickly.
"Our performance will temporarily drop below 100% efficiency because of this," says Yoshinori Kitase.
Here's how Square Enix can improve upon the already excellent first instalment.
"Please assume the story of FF7 will continue as FF7 always has," says Yoshinori Kitase.
Could this be an early look at the remake's second instalment?
Here's hoping it doesn't take another five years.
Square Enix's long-awaited remake ended in an unexpected manner. Let's talk about it.
"I think we'll probably get straight into it," says producer Yoshinori Kitase.