Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 – or Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth – is coming Winter 2023
Just once you thought it was protected to go again to Midgar… Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 – or Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth, because it’s now formally referred to as – will probably be heading to PlayStation 5 in Winter 2023.
During immediately’s devoted Final Fantasy 7 twenty fifth Anniversary stream, we discovered that Cloud Strife’s journey will proceed in an entire new recreation – selecting up the place the occasions of the primary title left off.
The new recreation will see Cloud, Tifa, Barret, Aerith, and Red XIII enterprise out into the wilds away from Midgar – the place virtually all the primary recreation takes place. So far, all of the occasions within the trailer appear to be concurrent with what we see within the unique recreation, however realizing how prepared the inventive crew behind the title is to screw with the plot, we do not count on it to remain that manner.
“Wait, what are you implying? That I died? That I’m some kind of imposter?” says Aerith at one level within the trailer. Hmm.
As for the way forward for the collection, we additionally heard that there’s one closing title within the Remake collection within the works, although as of the time of writing, we don’t know what that recreation will probably be referred to as (or, certainly, how removed from the unique recreation it is going to deviate by the point Rebirth is wrapped up). During the stream, Yoshinori Kitase confirmed that some members of the event crew are already engaged on this mysterious third title.
During the occasion, we additionally discovered that Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 is being remastered for PS5, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PC and Switch, and Final Fantasy 7 Remake shock releasing on Steam later immediately. It’s a superb time to be a Final Fantasy 7 fan, ey? Let’s simply hope the faitgue does not set in by the point that third recreation within the collection lastly lands.
There’s no phrase whether or not FF7 Rebirth will come to different consoles, or see a PC launch.