Final Fantasy VII Remake director Tetsuya Nomura has revealed that half one’s co-director, Naoki Hamaguchi, will take over half two’s growth.

While Hamaguchi will serve as the only real director on the upcoming installment, Nomura will accept the position of inventive director. This change comes amid Nomura getting concerned in quite a few tasks. However, he has reassured followers that the sport is in protected arms, and he’ll nonetheless be working as inventive director on “all things Final Fantasy.”

“We announced three Final Fantasy VII titles, but as I mentioned earlier, I’m personally working on more projects now than ever before,” Nomura advised Famitsu. “Since we were able to solidify the base gameplay in the first part of Final Fantasy VII Remake and are able to see what we need to improve upon in the future, Naoki Hamaguchi (co-director on Final Fantasy VII Remake) will be entrusted as the director on the next part, while I’ll be involved as the creative director on all things Final Fantasy VII, including the Remake and mobile titles. My basic involvement in the work won’t significantly change, so please give me your continued support.”

Square Enix not too long ago introduced quite a few Final Fantasy VII tasks, two of that are cell titles. The third undertaking is Final Fantasy VII Remake Integrade – a PlayStation 5 enhancement as a consequence of be launched on June 10th. This model will supply graphical, gameplay, and system enhancements, and can be obtainable as a free improve for many who bought the PS4 model (doesn’t apply to March’s PS Plus lineup).

[Source: Famitsu through Gematsu]