According to latest rumors, a PlayStation 4 Pro version of the Final Fantasy 7 will be released sometime soon. Actually, the first episode will most likely hit the stores sometimes in March 2017.
Central_void, a reddit user, claims that that Square Enix had to “overhaul” the entire game in order to make sure that it runs on Sony’s PS4 Pro console. The same user mentioned that the changes have caused the delay of the Final Fantasy 7 remake, as earlier rumors were saying that the first episode of the game for the mentioned console will be released this year.
We also remind you that some rumors were suggesting that the Final Fantasy 7 will also be ported on Nintendo’s NX console. Unfortunately, Tetsuya Nomura, the game director, has mentioned in an interview that they have no plans to port the game to this new console anytime soon.
It is good to know that Square Enix is planning to release the remake version of the Final Fantasy 7 in episodes, as Yoshinori Kitase, the game’s producer, has mentioned that he wants to divide the game into three parts. Kitase also mentioned that each part of the Final Fantasy 7 remake version will be a full-scale game as every installment may tell the story from a different perspective.
Square Enix is rumored to have more details for “Final Fantasy 7” remake at the PSX 2016 event. The PSX 2016 event will be held during December 3-4, 2016 inside the Anaheim Convention Center located in Anaheim, CA.
Since Final Fantasy 7 will mark its 20th anniversary in 2017, this is the year when the game is expected to finally be released for the PS4/PS4 Pro consoles.
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