Rumours and news on FF7 Remake Part 2

FF7 Remake Part 2 Final Fantasy 7 Remake is a re-image of JRPG Final Fantasy 7, a classic ’90s. However, instead of publishing the remake as one title, Square Enix has decided to distribute the restoration as a series of identifications – the first part published in April 2020.

While Square Enix stated in November 2019 that Final Fantasy7 Remake Part 2 had begun, the company did not confirm a release date for the second part of the game. We know that the second chapter of the highly praised remake will use the capabilities of the PS5 in its entirety.

Date of release of FF7 Remake Part 2

Although we know that Square Enix is already working on Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2, the company didn’t confirm the release of Final Fantasy. We know that FF7 Remake Part 2 is currently in full development, with Director Tetsuya Nomura saying to Famitsu “as soon as feasible” in July 2020 (via VGC). But until we get our hands on it, it may be a while.

A remake of Final Fantasy 7 just five years after it was announced. However, we anticipate another five years to wait for Part 2 because Square Enix founded the game. Moreover, a spokesperson of Square Enix told IGN: “The developer team plans the content volume for the second half of the series, and the team expects the production of the second game to be more effective.”

In past years, Square Enix likened Final Fantasy 7 Remake to Final Fantasy 13 – published in three parts, with a break between the entries for around two years. If Final Fantasy 7 Remake is going to be anything like that, it takes about two years to wait until Part 2. That means we cannot witness it until at least 2022.

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FF7 Remake News and Rumors Part 2

The Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 Intergrade development team, in an August 2021 interview on the Unreal Engine blog, examined how they used current-day hardware to make the game appear better. The discussion focuses on the quicker loading times and the better graphics of the game, and on what the team has learned. Attractive to fans starved by news about Part II, Co-Director Naoki Hamaguchi stated his main aim with updating to the newest systems was “to gain a first-hand impression of the next-generation technology leading to the next chapter of Final Fantasy VII Remake.”

According to Hamaguchi, “he was able to learn several things, such as how much load can be made with a 3K and 4K rendering resolution or what threshold the player can use to load high-quality assets without any stress since the I/O bottleneck has now gone away due to the high-speed SSD implementation.” He said that this approach resulted in “very significant experiences for our team working on our future game,” perhaps Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2. It would thus appear that Intergrade has allowed the team to technically and narratively bridge the gap between the sections.

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Maps of speech

During a recent interview with The Gamer, Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 co-director Naoki Hamaguchi spoke on the world structure, and the geography players can anticipate from the game. “I realize many people out there who want to see the global map,” said Hamaguchi, “and we want to push ourselves in the next game of the entire project to utilize worldwide, so you can anticipate big things to come.”

Hamaguchi denied that Fort Condor mini-games are a hint of anything, “There’s no link between Final Fantasy 7 Remake that has no global map and Fort Condor. We intended to add a certain kind of mini-game from the very beginning of production in the Yuffie episode and thought that something would be better to honour the original and be nostalgic for those who played rather than introduce something new.”

Use of intermission components

Final Fantasy Aspects 7 Remake According to the co-director of the game, Intergrade Intermission Chapter may appear in Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2. Naoki Hamaguchi stated that speaking with Washington Post (via VGC), parts of the fight and gameplay improvements made in Intergrade are probably part 2, particularly the team-ups of Yuffie and Sonon from Intermission.

“I am quite satisfied with the last form, where the strategic component of the original command-based battle coexists with the real-time action-oriented battle,” he said, adding, “Additionally, there is another element introduced to “Interruption”: combo movements where Yuffie and Sonon team-up, which give the fight-strategy a different feel. I want to utilize them, including additional aspects we attempted in our next narrative in ‘Intermission.'”

Start just after Intergrade.

At a recent live broadcast of Square Enix, where a new trailer for Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade was published, Tetsuya Nomura offered a little picture of the second half of the remake. Nomura has stated that Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 would take up the intergrade ending and that work on the game proceeds “smoothly.”

Another director

Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 was revealed to feature a new director since the first part, Tetsuya Nomura gets relegated. In an interview with Famitsu (via GamesRadar), Nomura stated his rationale for stepping down his work on an “unprecedented amount of projects.”

Naoki Hamaguchi, Nomura’s co-director for part one of Final Fantasy 7 Remake, takes over the director. Nomura stated that he would continue to be the creative director.

FF7 Remake Part 2 will use the power of the PS5

Final Fantasy 7 Remake fans were enthusiastic about the PS5 update. Still, they sadly had to wait until Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 to see how Square Enix can make full use of the hardware capabilities of the PS5.

The revelation comes from an interview with Famitsu, which VGC has conducted with Final Fantasy 7 Remake, Tetsuya Nomura, who stated that PS5 hardware, particularly the adaptive triggers of the DualSense controller, would only be “partly supported.”

Although Final Fantasy 7 released from the PS5 by Remake Intergrade features a quality of life set you could expect from an upgrade to the latest generation, like higher frame rate and better image quality, Nomura has confirmed that the full PS5 hardware experience will have to be waiting for Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2. He added, “Wait for the next game when we can start from fresh in terms of utilizing all the capabilities of PlayStation 5.

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