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Inside Final Fantasy 7 Remake Episode 2 Highlights Characters and Story

In the lead as much as Final Fantasy VII Remake’s extremely anticipated arrival, Square Enix is sharing a sequence of documentary-style interviews in regards to the challenge’s growth. The first of such movies, Episode 1: Introduction, supplied normal background particulars. Now Episode 2 is on-line, providing perception into story and characters.

The new half is a bit shorter than the primary entry, coming in at simply over 16 minutes lengthy. Still, it’s price looking forward to Final Fantasy followers and newcomers alike. Akin to Episode 1, Episode 2 options talks with a number of FFVII Remake builders. Those who seem embody, Producer Yoshinori Kitase, Story and Scenario Designer Kazushige Nojima, Co-Director answerable for Scenario Design, Motomu Toriyama, and Co-Director answerable for Game Design and Programming, Naoki Hamaguchi.

Check out the most recent Inside Final Fantasy VII Remake video beneath:

Following the remake’s imminent launch, followers have extra Final Fantasy to look ahead to because the yr carries on. Come September eighth, Square Enix will unleash Final Fantasy VII Remake: World Preview, an artwork guide housing particulars in regards to the title’s growth, characters, and gameplay. On November 17th, Final Fantasy VII Poster Collection will hit shops, that includes 22 full-color posters of FFVII and all of its subsequent tie-ins. Both books have a $24.99 price ticket connected. Preorders at the moment are reside on the Square Enix Store and Amazon.

Final Fantasy VII Remake launches for the PlayStation four subsequent month on April 10th. Due to shipping delays caused by the coronavirus pandemic, nonetheless, those that ordered bodily copies could not obtain the title on time. Square Enix plans to launch the remake throughout different platforms in April 2021, in response to recent box art images.

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