The next component of the remake of is called, but the whole project will be a trilogy according to Square Enix. Communication from Creative Director Tetsuya Nomura, Director Naoki Hamaguchi, and Producer Yoshinori Kitase confirmed the projects'' three-part structure after the announcement of the 25th Anniversary stream.
Tetsuya Nomura, the filmmaker Naoki Hamaguchi, and the producer Yoshinori Kitase are among the guests of the Final Fantasy VII Rebirth. #FF7R pic.twitter.com/Cem5VO4HVq
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Nomura has confirmed that he was involved in the development of all four-related projects at Square Enix. He said that particular is being designed for people to appreciate whether they know the original game or not. He added that some new players might even like to see the original game as their own starting point with. Further, the new development structure in Square Enix has reportedly begun. According to Nomura, some development has already begun on the third part of the trilogy.
Production manager Kitase said that development was going very fast for the title of the projects scale. While being the middle part of a trilogy would come with its own challenges, he expressed desire to take the stage among the other beloved second entries. The first installment, however, is expected to be a rewarding one.
Fans may consider this film more than just a single feature in the series, as the team was dedicated to producing the game with all of the skill and dedication necessary to create it. The remake project and the original release of the game might be treated as a dialog of sorts.
The product is in development and is expected to be released next winter, which might be late 2023 or early 2024 on PS5. The game is now available on PC via Steam and the Epic Game Store.