Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 is still years away, but that has not stopped Square Enix from disclosing the details about the anticipated sequel. After teasing fans for years with the probability of a rejuvenated Final Fantasy 7, following Cloud’s ill-famed PS3 HD tech demo-based appearance at E3 2005. Square Enix finally got around the corner to convey the idea in 2020 with the Final Fantasy 7 remake’s first chapter launch. Initially, fans were doubtful of the famed JRPG being cut into episodic pieces. However, the publishers succeeded in lessening those fears. Although the publishers appear to be currently concentrating mainly on the PS5 exclusive Final Fantasy 16, information regarding the inevitable sequel has still managed to dribble its way out to the public. In contrast, there has not been any official release date or teasers yet. But, that has not stopped the publishers from talking about the game at almost every available opportunity.
Released in 2020, the first Final Fantasy 7 Remake concentrates on the game’s first act that takes place in the gauzy downtown Midgar where it stinks of Mako. Specifically, it expands the first few hours of Final Fantasy 7 into an epic adventure that can take more than 40 hours to end. Even the tiny narrative additions and twists could lead to vast differences down the line.
What we the FF7 Remake part 2 take us? Here’s every detail you should know about the game and beyond.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 Release Date
FF7 remake part 2 won’t be there until 2022, but it’s possible we could get the game a little sooner. Given the extraordinary scope of the project, however, it isn’t easy to expect anything, especially when we know that some of the most significant projects of Square Enix take years and years to get ready.
Producer Yoshinori Kitase announced in June 2019 that the game’s planning had already started. In contrast, Director Tetsuya Nomura confirmed through a blog post that the development was underway by November 2019. President of Square Enix, Yosuke Matsuda, announced in February 2020 that the FF7 remake’s delayed release would not impact the release window of the upcoming installment.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 Storyline
When the party leaves Midgar, that’s when the FF7 remake’s credit rollout. In the original title, this is when FF7 conversions to an open world and globe-trotting adventure. Cloud and his friends have the task of saving the world from Sephiroth and Shinra.
However, we can not expect the sequel to be the exact copy of FF7’s original story. Part 1 of the remake did justice to the original tale by introducing several new characters and enhancing the roles of several supporting characters.
However, it is not yet known how the remake’s change to the characters, Sephiroth, Shinra, and Avalanche. We only do know that the fan-favorite character, Roche, will be returning to the sequel.
Will Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 Have Any New Features?
Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 will reportedly bless players with several unseen vehicles. Moreover, players will get access to more vehicles as they progress in the game. Also, if you have a thing for deep-diving into the water, you would be delighted to know that Part 2 will have a bronco airplane. And if that’s not enough, the stroller will also be available that you can drive around to have some crazy adventures. Every FF player is well aware of Chocobo racing that we saw in all the previous games. Well, Part 2 won’t be any different in that regard.
Finally, let’s talk about the new possible combat system in FF 7 Remake Part 2. Well, the devs indeed introduced an improved combat system in Final Fantasy 7 Remake. Along with that, we got four playable characters, Cloud, Barret, Tifa, and Aerith. Well, considering that, it’s safe to assume that we’ll see some more new and maybe familiar faces in Part 2. And it’s needless to say that the combat system will also go through some significant changes. For instance, the game director already confirmed that the Class turn-based combat system would not be the same in future installments. In short, Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 will feature several features from the previous games; however, it’s most likely that most of those features will go through some alteration to give players a unique experience.