Square Enix recently addressed the concern of fans over the lack of concrete information about the progress of the much-awaited remake of the hit PlayStation 1 classic title, “Final Fantasy VII.” Game director Tetsuya Nomura also revealed that as of the moment, the game would stay in the same state as when it was first announced that it would be an exclusive game for the PlayStation 4.
In a new report by GameNGuide, it was stated that in a recent interview with Japanese magazine Famitsu, the director for the upcoming “Final Fantasy VII Remake” revealed the real reason why Square Enix has not been releasing any bit of information regarding the development of the upcoming “Final Fantasy” remake game.
According to Nomura, the reason is because up to this moment, they are still gearing up for a major reveal that may be coming sometime soon, if not later. This is because they prefer revealing information and teasing fans with a major reveal rather than giving away smaller bits of information about the progress of the game. This way, the information would generate more hype rather than the small talks that the minor game details would generate.
Also, it was revealed that at this time, Square Enix is not planning to release the remake of “Final Fantasy VII” with a port for the upcoming new console of Nintendo, the NX. It is still unclear which of the two would be coming first. “Final Fantasy VII Remake” has yet to have a release window, but the Nintendo NX on the other hand is expected to have a March 2017 release.
To recall, the first “Final Fantasy” game was first released for the Nintendo Entertainment System or the NES.
More details are expected to be revealed in the coming weeks so avid “Final Fantasy” fans are advised to stay tuned.