One of the most anticipated games in recent times and that lived up to expectations is the remake of Final Fantasy VII. This title was even for many ones of the best that debuted in the last generation of consoles. Square Enix introduced some changes with this remake and one of them was dividing the original experience into different releases. The first part is already available, but little is known about the second. The good news is that development appears to be going from strength to strength, according to a lead from an actress.
Famitsu recently conducted a group interview with several Japanese developers, who took the opportunity to talk about various franchises and the plans they are preparing for 2021. Some members of Square Enix were present, among whom was Yoshinori Kitase, producer of Final Fantasy VII Remake.
As Twinfinite reports, the creators took the opportunity to reiterate that the second part of the remake is still in development, something that was to be expected, taking into account that the first part debuted last April. Unfortunately, the developer did not share any more details about the game, which has no release date or window yet. Kitase also didn’t mention when Square Enix will reveal more details about the game, instead, we’d have to wait a bit longer to get to know them. However, he assured that he will be involved in the series in 2021 and in the future.
FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE’S MOTION CAPTURE HAS APPARENTLY ALREADY BEGUN
However, there is good news for fans looking forward to this second part, as development seems to be going very well. We say this because Asuka Yoshikawa, Aerith’s motion capture actress, suggested that the capture of the second part of Final Fantasy VII Remake is already underway.
The actress revealed in a Twitter message that she participated in a motion capture session along with the Sephiroth actor that lasted around 4 hours and that more sessions are scheduled.
This is something very positive, especially if we take into account that it has been a difficult year not only for video game development but for everyone. Months ago, Kitase confirmed that the pandemic had affected the performance of his development team, but that he did not expect a serious long-term impact.
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Final Fantasy VII Remake is available exclusively for PlayStation 4 and can also be played on PlayStation 5 thanks to backward compatibility.