Square Enix has opened the curtain of the new conceptual art of remake of Final Fantasy VII. This time, conceptual art is completely focused on Chocobo, the dear creatures of the Final Fantasy franchise. The Japanese Official Twitter account of the game revealed a handful of new pieces, with the art of their own creatures, as well as a carriage pulled by Chocobo and a popcorn position with the theme of Chocobo. For fans of the exclusive PlayStation, it is an orderly look behind the curtain apart from the work that is needed to give life to these creatures!
Concept art can be found on the Tweet embedded below.
Inserted for the first time in Fantasía Final II, the Chocobo have been a basic element of the Final Fantasy series for more than 30 years. While creatures tend to preserve their traditional appearance from one game to another, they can sometimes vary. The Chocobo has received several games derived over the years, more recently in chocobo GP, in Nintendo Switch. The Chocobo version in those derivatives tends to have a more animated design, while remake of Final Fantasy VII has given them a more realistic appearance. However, it is interesting to see how remake of Final Fantasy VII The popcorn position Chocobo adopts cartoon design!
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the original version of Fantasía Final VII. Debuting in 1997 in the original PlayStation, Fantasía Final VII quickly became one of the most beloved games of the series. Square Enix has mocked that he will celebrate the game in different ways this year, and we should expect to see news about Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2 at some point in 2022. Meanwhile, it is expected that the publisher continue to reveal more conceptual art and information After Bambalines About remake Final Fantasy VII!
Remake Final Fantasy VII is currently available at PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. You can check our previous game coverage here.
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