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Square Enix Announces Second Part Of Final Fantasy 7 Remake And More – Hardwareluxx

Square Enix Announces Second Part Of Final Fantasy 7 Remake And More – Hardwareluxx
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With the remake of Final Fantasy VII, Square Enix 2020 released a new edition of the classic from 1997. However, the remake only depicted part of the story. According to previously unconfirmed information, the rest of the story about Cloud Strife and Sephiroth will be shown in two more parts. This has now been confirmed by Square Enix. It is still unclear how exactly the implementation will take place. After all, part one of the remake is extremely extensive with a playing time of up to 35 hours and only depicts a fraction of the original story. So it would be possible that DLCs are still needed to play the entire story.

Furthermore, the development studio announced Final Fantasy VII Rebirth – the second part of the planned trilogy – with a first-look trailer. In addition, according to the trailer, Rebirth should be released for Sony’s PlayStation 5 in winter 2022. At least that’s what the “Next Winter” announcement suggests. However, this is not the case; the reference mentioned refers to the winter months in 2023. So all gamers have to be patient. In addition, according to the developer studio, the third part of the remake is already in the works. How far this has progressed remains open.

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In other news, Square Enix is ​​now offering Final Fantasy 7 Remake on Steam, and it’s also playable with Valve’s Steam Deck. There is also reason for all mobile gamers to be happy, because Final Fantasy 7: Ever Crisis will receive a closed beta later this year. There was also a trailer for Final Fantasy: The First Soldier.

Since the Final Fantasy VII remake has been well received by fans, the role-playing game Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII developed for the PlayStation Portable is also getting a remaster, which will be available for both the PlayStation 4 and the PS5. A first impression of the revised Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion can be found in the official announcement trailer.

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Anyone who does not yet own the Final Fantasy VII remake and is currently considering paying a visit to the city of Midgar will find all the information about the action role-playing game in the Hardwareluxx reference to Final Fantasy 7 Remake.

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