Final Fantasy VII Remake’s Second Part Already In The Works

Final Fantasy VII Remake will not include the full JRPG classic when it launches in March next year. But it looks like work for the second part of the game, covering events after Midgar, is already well underway.

In a new blog post on Square Enix’s site, Director Tetsuya Nomura has confirmed this as he was explaining the scope of Final Fantasy VII Remake’s Midgar. “…with regard to the size of the game that many are asking about – there’s no reason at all to worry,” he said.

“Even in this Midgar portion alone, the density and volume are so great that I had to give directions to lighten them,”  he added.

“We’ve already begun working on the next one as well, but I’m confident that playing through this title will expand your expectations just like the world that extends beyond Midgar.”

Nomura also teased that there will be new bosses for the remake as the developers flesh out the Midgar portion.

The remake also covers the Honey-Bee Inn. In the same post, the games’ co-director Motomu Toriyama confirms this will include that scene about Cloud.

“Here, the scene that many of you have been eager to see, where Cloud disguises himself,” he said. “Please enjoy.”

While Midgar alone is still just a small portion of the game, it looks like Square Enix spare no expense to flesh the area around, in ways we expected and not expected.

Final Fantasy VII Remake is coming out on March 3rd, 2020 exclusively for the PS4.

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