The E3 conference of Square-Enix started immediately with a bang with a thorough analysis of Final Fantasy VII Remake, the most anticipated title by the Japanese company, along with Marvel’s Avengers of Crystal Dynamics.
On the stage of the Los Angeles conference, none other than Yoshinori Kitase, the director of the original version of the JRPG released on PlayStation One in 1997, confirmed that the first episode of Final Fantasy VII Remake will be hosted on two Blu-Ray and will be released on March 3, 2020, on PlayStation 4. Kitase also pointed out that the first portion of the remake of the seventh final fantasy will focus on the section played at Midgar, so prolific in content that it will, in fact, represent a finished game.
On the other hand, it is not clear how many episodes will be published later and with what frequency, an aspect not yet revealed by the project director.
Square-Enix then presented the spectacular new game trailer (which finally shows Tifa ), and also reviewed some features of the combat system. The latter, according to what was said and shown (you can give us a look at the bottom of the news), will not be the carbon copy of what we saw in Final Fantasy XV, and will put much more emphasis on the tactical aspect , which will have to mix in a balanced manner to the action component.