wowgoldweb Final Fantasy 7 Remake release date: PS4 game coming SOONER than we thought
7 remake fans might have something to celebrate, if the game directors most recent comments are to be believed.
The Final Fantasy 7 Remake is the most anticipated title in the series now that Final Fantasy XV has released.
But right now, fans dont know much about the games status - other than its in development.
The classic game was announced at E3 2015 to massive fanfare - but since then, developer and publisher Square Enix has been pretty quiet about the project.
We got our first glimpse of the game later that year at the PlayStation Experience, but news about the game has been hard to come by since then.
This year, were seeing the 20th anniversary of the games original release - perhaps now is the right time to announce more information about the game?
Well, according to game director Tetsuya Nomura, we could be about to learn more about the title.
In an interview with Japanese magazine Famitsu (via SegmentNext), he stated “important details” on the FF7 Remake would be announced sometime soon.
Its suspected that we might even get a release date revealed by the end of the year - perhaps revealed at Paris Games week.
PlayStation recently teased that they are set to make some “big” announcements at the upcoming Paris Games Week.
On October 30 at 3pm GMT PlayStation will hold their big Paris Games Week 2017 event, which will live streamed online.
The Final Fantasy 7 Remake, along with the Last of Us 2 and the Resident Evil 2 Remake, are arguably the biggest PS4 releases on the horizon.
The “big” announcements could be more information on one of these three huge games.
However, our predictions is we would expect more information on these titles to be revealed at PlayStation Experience 2017 in December.
PlayStation Experience was where the Last of Us 2 was first announced and where we got the first Final Fantasy 7 Remake gameplay footage.
So it seems likely that Sony are poised to make more big announcements at the PlayStation Experience this year.
This is further reinforced by comments Sony Worldwide Studios boss Shuhei Yoshida made earlier this year.
Yoshida previously said Sony chose not to reveal some triple AAA games at E3 2017 as they were saving them for later.
Speaking in June, the Sony Boss said: “There are things we have held [back], Yoshida said. “We chose not to show those at E3 2017, but there will be some more news coming out from our teams later this year. No question.”
Sony could be saving an announcement on the Final Fantasy 7 Remake for PSX so they end 2017 on a high note and set things up for a great 2018.
Whilst were discussing PSX its also worth mentioning that it was revealed this week that Sony will once again bring a new collection of special collectible cards to the event when it returns later this year.
For those of you who don’t know, Sony started a collectible card series at PlayStation Experience some years back and its kind of blossomed into this wonderful add-on as part of the event.
Essentially, a reward to celebrate all those hours you might spend waiting in line to play some of the games at the event.
A new PlayStation blog post this week confirmed it will return for 2017 with more limited-edition, foil-embossed beauties including the likes od Destiny 2, Moss and Shadow of Colossus.
“Series Three will start with #77 and contains around three dozen new cards, all of which will be released at PSX 2017 in Anaheim, California this December,” marketing specialist Tiane Bella wrote on the PlayStation Blog.
This year Sony will also introduce some ultra-rare Trophy cards. Everyone attending will automatically get a Bronze trophy card just for attending, but the Silver, Gold, and Platinum prizes will require more work.
Attendees will also get the chance to earn PlayStation Trophy Cards by completing certain quests at the event — find out how via the Experience PlayStation app once the show starts.
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