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Final Fantasy VII Remake Has Composer Nobuo Uematsu On Board

Final Fantasy VII Remake Has Composer Nobuo Uematsu On Board Final Fantasy VII Remake Has Composer Nobuo Uematsu On Board
Cecil Davis | 15 May, 2018, 23:46

A recent job listing made it seem like the game wasn't as far as long as fans would have hoped, but a new bit of information alludes to the development team also not having a solid grasp on when FFVII Remake will be coming.

While Final Fantasy VII Remake is rumored to make an appearance at E3 this year, the full release of the game in flux.

It didn't take long for fans of Square Enix to grow tired and distrustful of how the company was planning to handle the long awaited Final Fantasy VII remake.

The game is said to run the mobile version of Unreal Engine 4 and promises to leverage "Final Fantasy XI's compelling storyline, engaging content and impressive graphics while optimizing features for smartphone and mobile devices to create an immersive, responsive and dynamic experience for mobile users". Kitase and Hamaguchi then reveal that they want the Final Fantasy VII Remake to launch before the franchise's 35th anniversary, which will be in 2023.

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A handful of new Final Fantasy XI Mobile screenshots were spotted on Nexon's official website and they look very promising.

Hamaguchi seemingly wants the Final Fantasy VII Remake release date to arrive sooner than 2023, though, so it will likely not be a game 10 years in the making like Final Fantasy XV. And while not much is known about how the game will differ, if at all, from the original game, what we do know looks to be exciting.

He was the one who composed the music for the original Final Fantasy 7 as well. Will the game be worth the wait?