Final Fantasy 7 Remake co-director Naoki Hamaguchi and producer Yoshinori Kitase interviewed CEDEC about their method to creating Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2.
The builders behind the as but unnamed sequel to the Final Fantasy 7 Remake gave an interview at The Computer Entertainment Developers Conference, the place they acknowledged the narrative construction of the sequel and indicated that – sooner or later – there’ll in all probability be extra deviations from the unique recreation.
During the dialog (translated by Twitter person) aitaikimochi), Kitase emphasised the significance of satisfactorily subverting gamers’ expectations – and that his purpose was to deceive gamers in a constructive manner (thanks, Siliconera).
As our personal Alex Donaldson famous when the sport was launched final yr, Final Fantasy 7 Remake has a number of vital twists and turns within the late recreation, and that has some fairly large penalties for the remainder of the story. As a consequence, Donaldson believes that Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 ought to be as daring as it may be.
It is subsequently logical that Kitase will proceed to “satisfactorily” undermine the gamers’ expectations within the second a part of the Remake saga – no matter it’s known as.
As for shifting the story to the following, Kitase feedback on how the event staff is making an attempt to proceed to present the identical stage of element we noticed in Midgar, the remainder of the world of Final Fantasy VII, to the purpose that it “not only surprises, but goes further [players’] expectation. “
In addition, the staff is working to make the battle system even deeper by including new mechanics and components. Speaking about new workers coming to work to proceed Hamaguchi stated:
“The word that appears in the mind is” motion battle. (*2*)
If you have not performed a part of one of many Final Fantasy 7 Remakes but, learn our evaluation with no spoiler. We additionally acquired an interview with the builders, the place we focus on the response of followers, steadiness and laborious mode.