Sep 15, 2016 10:11 PM EDT
'Final Fantasy 7 Remake': The Game Will Be Launched Earlier Than Expected?
Fans have been waiting for the remake of the 1997 video game, "Final Fantasy 7". Now, rumors are surfacing online that the remake will make it earlier than the speculated date.
The upcoming remake of "Final Fantasy 7" has captivated a lot of fans because of its nostalgic nature. In fact, the remake is now gathering momentum and the release might actually be sooner. The current technology allows faster computing and the hardware allows developers to create outstanding output in a short period of time, according to Gamespot.
If the rumors that the game will be released early is correct, then there would be no single release date for the remake as it would be divided into several installments. Therefore, the release of the "Final Fantasy 7" would not be a single event. Meanwhile, fans are speculating that the game's remake will be out in between 2017 and 2018.
The separation in the game was intentionally made in order to give players bothe the delightful nostalgia and the beauty of the modern graphics of the "Final Fantasy 7 Remake". Also, all characters from the original game would be included. The process of recreating the game itself is tedious and the developers are pressured by the expectations. As for the gameplay, there would be no transition from the original one which is a turn-based battle, Game Informer reported.
Despite all the rumors and speculations, fans should still wait for the official announcement from the developer of the remake, Square Enix. Also, the remake would not be showcased in this year's Tokyo Game Show which would be on September 17. This means that Square Enix needs somke more time for creating the "Final Fantasy 7 Remake". Meanwhile, the next installment in the "Final Fantasy" series, "Final Fantasy XV", would be launched on September 30.
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