Don Corneo, Reno, Rude, Tseng and more appear in a new trailer for "Final Fantasy VII Remake" that debuted during Tokyo Game Show.
The two-disc game expected to release in March 2020 is just the first of multiple installments.
The two-disc game, due out in March 2020, will include an expanded Midgar storyline. A revamped version of the ATB battle system will return, as will the iconic Limit Break moves.
'Final Fantasy VII Remake' finally has a release date, but there's still some major details about the game we don't yet know.
"I wanted to make it a sort of theme park of 'Final Fantasy,' so longtime fans like me and new fans can all enjoy it together," Yoshida said.
Director Tetsuya Nomura provided a brief update about the development process for "Final Fantasy VII Remake" to Famitsu this week.
A job listing for a level designer from Square Enix Japan gives a few clues about the pace of development on "Final Fantasy VII Remake" and where the game could depart from the PS1 original.