Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2’s first trailer has been revealed, confirming that Square Enix is planning a trilogy of Remake games.
As confirmed during the Final Fantasy 7 25th anniversary stream, Part 2 – officially called Rebirth – is scheduled to release for PlayStation 5 next Winter.
The game will be the second entry in the Final Fantasy 7 trilogy, Square Enix said.
Hamaguchi, the co-director of FF7 Remake Part 1, has taken over full directing duties for the follow up as Tetsuya Nomura takes on a broader creative director position.
Nomura has previously said that, compared to last year’s Intergrade re-release, that Part 2 will make more use of PlayStation 5’s unique hardware features.
During the same anniversary stream on Thursday, Square Enix announced that Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade – an enhanced version of Part 1 – will be released on Steam, following a period of PC exclusivity on the Epic Games Store.
It also announced Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Reunion, a modern remaster of the PSP title released in 2007.
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