Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth Revealed Finally. As of last week, it was predicted that the “Final Fantasy 7” 25th-anniversary broadcast would lead to some sort of announcement for a critically acclaimed “Final Fantasy 7 Remake,” that was Lauded as a return to form for Yoshinori Kitase, Tetsuya Nomura, and the rest of the “Final Fantasy 7” development team over at Square Enix.
Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth Revealed Finally
As it turns out, our prediction became true, and we were shown even more than we initially expected. Not only was the second part of the “Final Fantasy 7 Remake” trilogy announced in the form of the “Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth,” but Square Enix also delivered a few minutes of Gameplay Footage from the entirely unexpected “Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 reunion,” that is offering the “Remake” treatment to a much lesser-known albeit narratively crucial fan favorite that explains the backstory of Protagonist Cloud Strife and his Mentor, Zack Fair.
Previously, ardent fans were offered breadcrumbs of new information from which you can draw conclusions concerning the future of the series, so it makes sense that gaming twitter went completely wild over the announcement. Some creators including the popular musician Alex Moukala, took to Twitter in other to show off their very own tribute to the “Final Fantasy” Series, saying, “Final Fantasy VII fans won big today. So here is the victory fanfare.”
Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth Promises to Rewrite the Future of the Series
Without entirely spoiling anything that the original series “Final Fantasy 7” made or “Final Fantasy 7 Remake,” there are tons of open space for Square Enix to experiment with the story beats of “Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth”. Some of the elements from the trailer, shown below, make it very clear that all is not as it appears, and fans are already Speculating about what some of the narrator’s cryptic statements could imply.
Square Enix is usually talented at obfuscating story elements in its trailers, and there’s little doubt that we’re being willfully misled to some extent. Even the name “Final Fantasy 7 Remake” was designed to throw fans off, as lawyer Richard Hoeg pointed out on Twitter.
Tetsuya Nomura offered more information details on the official “Final Fantasy 7” Twitter account, which can be located on a series of tweets. From the transcripts presented alongside the announcement, it sounds like development on all four upcoming “Final Fantasy” games has accelerated across square Enix.
Release Date for Final Fantasy 7 Remake
Nomura clarified that “Rebirth” Will be approachable even to newcomers of the “Final Fantasy 7” Series, who would evidently not be required to play the previous games (even “Remake”) in order for you to understand what is going on in the story.
“Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth” is set to arrive as a PS5 exclusive sometime in winter 2023, “approximately for about three years after the original Final Fantasy 7 Remake released” all the way back in April 2020. Meanwhile, “Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Reunion” is slated to release across all modern PlayStation and Xbox Console plus Nintendo Switch and PC at some close point near the end of 2022.