Final Fantasy VII Remake will be in Multiple Parts.

Final Fantasy VII Remake will be in Multiple Parts.
     Producer, Yoshinori Kitase, and director, Tetsuya Nomura, have given more information about the game and reasons of why Final Fantasy VII Remake will be in multiple parts. The game will be named Final Fantasy VII Remake as to not confuse or anger players, who might think the game is a sequel or spin-off. Many companies are involved in the development of the game, one company being CyberConnect2. They want to make sure the game is consistent, because Nomura seemed annoyed about how the recent trailer had turned out. It steered too far out of the Square Enix style than he intended.
      There will be three-member parties in Final Fantasy VII Remake, and you can switch between them freely. Also, there will be a ATG gauge, but it won't be the type you have to wait to fill up. It will have it's own system that helps in the action of the game. The battle speed and tempo of the game will be somewhat on the same level as  Dissidia Final Fantasy, it will give the player a stress-free experience during battles. No technique will be involved in the battles, and by using this system the player will be able to do action battles while also think strategically. As Nomura put it the action degree goes as Dissidia Final Fantasy, then Kingdom Hearts, then Final Fantasy VII Remake.
       Reconstructing the game from the ground up with the current technology is a massive undertaking, which is the reason why they waited so long to remake Final Fantasy VII. To produce a proper HD remake of Final Fantasy VII that still has the same feeling of density of the original could not possibly fit into just one installment. If they were to put it into just one installment there would have to be many cuts and create a condensed version of Final Fantasy VII. A bright side to the multiple installments is that players would be able to explore more of Midgar, that they weren't able to do in the original.
       There may be parts cut from the original for various reasons, but with the new depictions being added to the game the content of the game will be increased. To delve into the episodes more deeply a number of mechanisms and other things are being prepared. The players, who have played the original version will know the important parts and understand the story from beginning to end. Nomura is hoping that the players of the original version will also be surprised once again. Adjustments of the story will be based on this mindset, Kitase does not want the remake to end as something nostalgic, he wants to get the fans of the original version excited again.
       That, my friends, is why Final Fantasy VII Remake will be a multiple parts kind of game. I hope you enjoyed this article.





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