After the delays in the first part of Final Fantasy 7 Remake, many fans fear that Part 2 is also delayed, but it will not be the case according to Square Enix. The President of Square Enix, Yosuke Matsuda, addressed speculation during a recent financial briefing when asked if the second part would be delayed, saying no. Apparently, the following parts will not take as much time developing because of the foundations defined by the first part. The first part of Final Fantasy 7 Remake will come out exclusively on PS4 on April 10 and there is a demo on the PS Store now.
Final Fantasy’s enthusiastic fans who have already devoured the final Fantasy 7 remake demo have little to worry about what the President of Square Enix, Yosuke Matsuda, said at the recent briefing on the financial results. When asked during the briefing if the initial delays would affect ETA for Final Fantasy 7 Part 2, Matsuda said, “No, it will not be the case.” Before this statement, it would be fair that fans are worried about another delay, but these concerns should be dispelled now that the company made an official statement on this subject.
As Square Enix being among the developers to reduce gaming events such as Pax East, it is possible that the demo is an attempt to restore to disappointed fans. Coronavirus prevents developers from attending such events and we hope that this will not delays the game or hardware versions for games like Final Fantasy Remake Part 2. “Due to the work already done on the first Game, we anticipate the development of the second game. To be more efficient, “said Yoshinori Kitase game producer at a recent event.
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