The Train Graveyard Section Will Be More Fleshed Out In Final Fantasy VII Remake

Final Fantasy VII Remake will cover the early portion of the original JRPG, specifically the Midgar section. That said, Square Enix reassures that they have fleshed out the Midgar portion to be a good standalone experience.

Square Enix has revealed a specific example. The Train Graveyard area, which is just a dungeon after Cloud, Aerith, and Tifa’s escapades in Don Corleo’s mansion (that includes a cross-dressing Cloud), will be more fleshed out.

It will still be a maze to navigate through, but there should more event scenes and character dialogue happening during this area, which the original game has none.

In addition, there are also new screenshots of the Shinra Building. The 70-story skyscraper where President Shinra and the directors resides is possibly the last location you’ll visit in Final Fantasy VII Remake, before exiting Midgar.

Will these be enough, though? The Midgar section is not even covering half of the game progress from Disc 1 of 3 from the original PS1 release. So there’s still a lot of game not covered by the remake. But then again, you don’t make lengthy JRPGs like they used to with today’s AAA scale and budget.

We shall see if the first part of many releases of Final Fantasy VII Remake will shape up to be when it releases on March 3rd, 2020 for the PS4.

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