Final Fantasy VII Rebirth It has got a new update regarding its release date. Final Fantasy is one of the biggest franchises in the gaming business and there is an abundance of Final Fantasy content. From the 16 main entries, spin-offs, online games, movies, and possibly a bunch of other things within this world in other media. It’s pretty intense and even though a brand new Final Fantasy game is coming out in just a couple of weeks, fans are pretty anxious about when they can expect the next game Square Enix has planned, and with good reason.
Final Fantasy VII Remake It was released in 2020 and fans have been eagerly awaiting the sequel, as Square Enix chose to split the original story for Final Fantasy VII In multiple entries to remake it. So, we have an unfinished story now and the trailer we actually got was amazing, so fans want to see how the rest of the story is told. sequel Final Fantasy VII RebirthIt was announced last summer and since then, we’ve been met with complete silence. It’s possible Square Enix is just trying to focus on marketing Final Fantasy XVI For now, but with the current release window this coming winter, many are wondering when they can expect it Final Fantasy VII Rebirth. Square Enix provided an update on Twitter courtesy of Producer Yoshinori Kitase who noted that development on the game is proceeding smoothly and according to plan. A release date is currently being determined, but as of now, it hasn’t been locked in.
Final Fantasy VII Rebirth
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– Final Fantasy VII (FinalFantasy) June 2, 2023
Fans were hoping for an update at the recent PlayStation Showcase, but nothing of the sort happened. We’ll likely get an update next week at Summer Game Fest, but if Square Enix doesn’t have a specific date closed, that might not be the case. Only time will tell, but hopefully it won’t be long until we see more.
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