Final Fantasy 7 Remake Is A Full Game With Endgame Content



So if you’ve been keeping up with the news about the upcoming Final Fantasy 7 Remake, then you’ll be aware of the fact that the game doesn’t actually cover all of the locations featured in the original 1997 release.

The full experience will be released as multiple games in the future, and the upcoming Remake itself will only feature the city of Midgar, which is where the first handful of hours of the original game take place.

But more information has since been revealed in a recently released interview with the creators of the game, Yoshinori Kitase and Naoki Hamaguchi, 

In it, the developers talk about how even though the Remake will only feature Midgar, the game is designed as a standalone title and will be comparable in size to other mainline entries in the Final Fantasy series.

The developers have expanded the city in a way that was not possible in the original release due to technological limitations, and have turned Midgar into a fully realized city with much more content. And yes, this even includes proper endgame content.

Final Fantasy VII Remake is set for release on 10th April, 2020, exclusively for the PlayStation 4.


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