Square-Enix returns to tease the fans who are anxiously awaiting the arrival of Final Fantasy VII Remake, the promising remake of one of the most popular chapters ever of the long-lived JRPG saga.
On this occasion, the Japanese publisher shared two new images from the work in progress on Twitter for the realization of the ambitious game. At the bottom of the news, you can, therefore, take a look at concept art and an in-game image set inside the Sector 1 station.
Sector 1 is the first area to be visited within the original Final Fantasy VII, but we were able to visit the Station only in the spin-off Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII, playing the role of Drack. According to the caption of the tweet, the Station will play a particularly important role in this remake, since it will allow Cloud to cross the various Sectors of which the metropolis of Midgar is constituted.
Leaving you to view the images, we remind you that Final Fantasy VII Remake will be released exclusively on PlayStation 4 on March 3, 2020. Following the fleeting online appearance of an edition for Xbox One, Square-Enix has denied being at work on more versions of his JRPG. If you are interested in further discussion on the expected test directed by Testusya Nomura and produced by Yosuke Saito.
Here's a piece of original concept art featuring the Sector 1 Station in #FinalFantasy VII Remake.
Midgar is divided into the slums & the plates that line up above, and you travel between them by train. The station's fairly well guarded too, as Cloud's finding out…! #FF7R pic.twitter.com/wSqjB0rwuN
— FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE (@finalfantasyvii) July 23, 2019