Director Tetsuya Nomura said gamers won’t need to play the original or Final Fantasy 7 Remake to enjoy Rebirth.
The recent Final Fantasy 7 25th anniversary event contained a lot of new content related to the franchise, including news about The First Soldier, Crisis Core, and Ever Crisis. The most important news in this event for the gaming community is undoubtedly Crisis Core Remaster and the first official teaser of Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth.
The event wasn’t too fanciful, but it did give a glimpse of the open environments players will be exploring in the world of Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth. The trailer also ends with the reveal that the title will release in the winter of 2023, which means that fans of the franchise still have a lot to look forward to, especially as Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 3 is in the works. Of course this release timeframe will give gamers more time to play their first game if they haven’t already, but according to Square Enix that’s not necessary.
In a post on social media, Final Fantasy 7 Remake trilogy director Tetsuya Nomura said that anyone who plays Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth will not need to play the original 1997 game and also won’t need to play Final Fantasy. 7 Remake. Nomura shared that “Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth is being designed so that people can enjoy the game whether they know the original game or not. In fact, new players may even want to start their Final Fantasy 7 journey with Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth.”
Nomura continued that Cloud is leaving Midgar and starting a new journey, promising to bring gamers a whole new experience. Final Fantasy 7 Remake is more or less a self-contained project to significantly expand the first part of the original game, so it can be said that Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth will give players a similar experience.
Of course the community has plenty of Final Fantasy content, specifically Final Fantasy 7 to enjoy in the meantime. Final Fantasy 7: The First Soldier and Ever Crisis will let gamers explore the franchise in very unique ways, while Crisis Core Remaster can provide additional insight into Zack Fair’s new story. If any gamer hasn’t played Final Fantasy 7 Remake, there’s still a lot of time ahead, but it’s not necessary to play it either.
2023 is going to be a busy year for Final Fantasy fans, it looks like Square Enix intends to end the year explosively with Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth, but there’s also the excitement about Final Fantasy 16 that can be found here. release time frame in the summer of 2023. It looks like next year gamers will embark on a new journey for both Clive and Cloud, along with many other Final Fantasy sub-games.
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