The first trailer for Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth has been revealed, officially confirming Square Enix’s Trilogy FF7 plans.
As confirmed during the Final Fantasy 7 25th anniversary live stream, Part 2 – officially called Rebirth – is slated to release for PlayStation 5 next winter. The game will be the second in a trilogy of completely remastered Final Fantasy 7 games, Square Enix said. According to a statement by Final Fantasy VII Rebirth creative director Tetsuya Nomura, the sequel is being designed to be enjoyed by everyone even if they haven’t played the original version before.
In the first scene we see Cloud and Sephiroth visiting a very familiar place. Yes, you are not mistaken, this is where Aerith was stabbed to death by the handsome Sephiroth. However, that is a story of the past. Kitase revealed that things will no longer be the same as the original version, we have been told that at the end of Part 1 Aerith talks about various timelines operating in the world of Final Fantasy 7. That’s right, and above all, no one knows what will happen in this new version. Because according to Nomura previously shared that he is no longer the main scriptwriter of the project, however, he does not deny his ambition when he wants to retcon (the concept of rebuilding the entire plot) in a new direction that makes everyone Fans will be surprised.
“You can’t predict anything right now. If you think the game is going to happen the way you know it, you’re probably wrong,” Kitase said firmly. He revealed that Square Enix’s plan is to recreate and remake Final Fantasy 7 with three different chapters.
In which each chapter will clearly depict each different topic, even if you have not played Remake you can get acquainted with Rebirth, and the 3rd part has also been confirmed by Nomura that they are in the development stage. At this point, fans can be completely happy and rest assured to sit and wait, because the third part does not take too much time because the development team has grasped the fastest and most effective way to develop. Perhaps after Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth comes out, you will only have to wait 2 more years to touch the final part.
Yoshinori Kitase wants to spend a few more events to share about the hidden meaning behind the naming of the current versions, why they don’t follow the Remake Part 1, 2, 3 structure like before. ever guessed. Along with gameplay that the team has painstakingly devised to match the power and unique control mechanism of the DualSense controller. Let’s wait and see what Square Enix can do to surprise us with the Final Fantasy 7 Rebitrh brainchild.