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Inside Final Fantasy VII Remake – Episode 2 Highlights the Story and Characters

Square Enix released the second episode of Inside Final Fantasy VII Remake. The episode highlights the story and characters with key creators from the Final Fantasy VII Remake crew.

Check out Inside Final Fantasy VII Remake – Episode 2: Story and Characters under.

The video collection places collectively varied interviews that includes sport creators for Final Fantasy VII Remake. Episode 2 is in regards to the story and characters, so we get to listen to extra from the unique situation author Kazushige Nojima and extra.

Episode 2 options the next key builders:

  • Yoshinori Kitase (Producer)
  • Kazushige Nojima (Story & Scenario)
  • Motomu Toriyama (Co-Director – Scenario Design)
  • Naoki Hamaguchi (Co-Director – Game Design / Programming)

The episode begins out with producer Yoshinori Kitase who seems to be again on the unique launch 23 years in the past, and the numerous particulars he had forgotten. However, he nonetheless remembers loads in regards to the characters and finds it fascinating to have the ability to return to them once more. After replaying the unique model earlier than beginning work on Final Fantasy VII Remake, Kitase was shocked how a lot shorter the story is in Midgar in comparison with how he remembered it.

Kitase continues to elucidate that in the event you go straight by the unique, the story in Midgar will probably be over after round seven to eight hours. This was a lot shorter than what he remembered. For this cause, the producer desires individuals to expertise the enduring metropolis in Final Fantasy VII Remake nearer to the way in which he remembered it.

Final Fantasy VII Remake will launch for PlayStation four on April 10, 2020. Check out episode 1 of Inside Final Fantasy VII Remake in our previous report.

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