Final Fantasy VII Remake Release Window Leaked, Will Feature A Total Of 3 Episodes And More
Final Fantasy VII remake has been in development for quite some time but no release date has been announced for the game, however, a leak has made its way on the internet revealing a lot of interesting information about the game like Final Fantasy VII remake release window and more.
According to the leak, Final Fantasy VII remake will consist of three episodes in total with the first episode ending at the Tiny Bronco theft and the second episode will pick up right after it. Furthermore, the return to Midgar through the parachute will make the end of the second episode.
The leak further suggests that players can visit the forgotten city any time they want, and Final Fantasy VII Remake Release window has also been leaked suggesting episode one will launch by the end of 2019.
- Final Fantasy VII REMAKE will consist of 3 episodes: the stealing of the Tiny Bronco will mark the end of Episode 1 and the beginning of Episode 2, while the return (parachuting) to Midgar will mark the end of Episode 2 and the beginning of Episode 3.
- The game structure will be halfway between a modern open-world and an old world-map style: technically speaking is just open-world in the sense that everything is seamless and fully explorable, but while leaving a town the visual will gradually zoom out and your speed of movement will greatly increase in order to give the player the impression of navigating through a classic world-map when they’re on the overworld; conversely, while entering a town your speed will decrease and the camera will zoom-in; this kind of transition also happens during random encounters.
- In order to move faster in the open world, you’ll have the same motorcycle you used to escape from the Shinra Bldg..
- Because of space reasons, the displacement of some locations has been slightly altered. For example: Midgar is way bigger (in relation to the world map) than the original, and will fill almost half of the entire Midgar Area; Junon too
underwent a similar bloating, to a lesser extent; Mt. Corel has been moved slightly south-east, and enlarged to occupy almost the entire mountain region of Corel Area; the biggest change regards the Great Glacier: it’s been moved south-east of Icicle Inn and will occupy almost the entire snowy region of Icicle Area; this means you have to traverse it before entering Icicle Inn, and the snowboarding track will take you directly at the feet of Gaea’s Cliff instead.
Final Fantasy VII remake is an action RPG in development at Square Enix and will launch exclusively for PlayStation 4 but, no release date has been announced.