Final Fantasy VII Remake Director Tetsuya Nomura shared some interesting information on the game as published in Weekly Famitsu magazine, thanks Gematsu for the info. The details coming up revealed a few features of Final Fantasy VII, the game scheduled to release in March 2020 only on PS4. The game will cover the Midgar portion of the story. Game Director shared there are few additions to the scenario, the story itself is not changed and there will be a countless number of new events making the game enormous to fit in two Blu-ray disc.
Rediscover Midgar in a new light, Final Fantasy VII Remake will focus on the story of the original game with additional events and elements. There will be dialogue choices, this means there will be a higher amount of text-based discussion compared to the original game. The famous scene of Honey Bee Inn visited on the occasion of a quest asking Cloud to disguise himself will be part of Final Fantasy VII Remake confirms director.
Square Enix President Yosuke Matsuda while talking to Gameinformer, commented on Final Fantasy VII Remake potentially going to cross-gen.
It’s a hot topic right now and I was expecting you to talk about it. I think our teams have made the game support both the next generation of consoles and the current one. I think it’s developed so that it’s playable on both, so I do not worry too much about it and I think fans will be able to enjoy it on the next generation of consoles
Final Fantasy VII Remake though has a long release date but it is available for pre-order, you can buy it from Walmart, Amazon, Best Buy and GameStop. Final Fantasy VII Remake Deluxe Edition cost $79.99 that features two DLC Cactuar Summon Materia & Carbuncle Summon Materia. A standard edition cost $59.99 while Final Fantasy VII Remake 1st Class Edition cost $329.99. 1st class edition allows you to Play Arts Kai Cloud Strife & Hardy Daytona.