Final Fantasy VII fans may have to wait a long while before they can get their mitts on the much-loved game’s upcoming remaster.
Speaking in an interview with Famitsu, the game’s director Tetsuya Nomura touched on the subject of the Final Fantasy VII remaster as well as Kingdom Hearts III. When asked about the upcoming remake and the status of its development, Nomura said: ““We’re making steady progress on its production. While we are indeed working on it, I think we’ll have you guys wait a little longer for both Kingdom Hearts III and Final Fantasy VII Remake.”
It sounds like the game still has a long way to go and probably won’t be releasing this year, and that’s possibly the same for Kingdom Hearts III, too. However, while we may not have the game’s sitting among our ever-swelling collection this year, we may at least get a glimpse of them as Nomura went on to say that he hopes to show some progress at “some event this year.” E3 2017, anyone?
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