Square Enix officially reveals the sequel to Final Fantasy VII Remake, titled Rebirth

FFVII Rebirth

After months of anticipation, fans were finally treated to the formal reveal of the Final Fantasy VII Remake sequel during Square Enix final fantasy VII 25th anniversary broadcast.

The game is officially titled. Final Fantasy VII revival and will be released next winter on PS5. It is confirmed that it is the second of the three parts planned by Square Enix. Final Fantasy VII Remake Project.

In the short trailer, we see a flashback of Cloud and Sephiroth in Nibelheim before the events of final fantasy vii During this, we hear Cloud and Tifa remembering what happened, alluding to the fact that, like in the original final fantasy VIIthe two have different memories.

“What is Sephiroth’s Endgame?” read cryptic text.

It is noteworthy that the first Final Fantasy VII Remake it ended just as the party left the city of Midgar, which only takes about five hours in the original game. The story also made some deviations from the events of the original game. Therefore, fans have been eager to learn more about the sequel and which direction it will go. It is not clear how much of the 7th The story will be included in Renaissance, but since it’s only three parts, it looks like quite a bit of territory will be covered.

Final Fantasy VII Remake originally released on PlayStation 4 in April 2020. The game was later ported to PS5 in June 2021, and six months later to PC via the Epic Games Store. A Steam release was also confirmed during the anniversary event.

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In addition, Square Enix confirmed a new version of the beloved FFVII prequel, core of the crisisIt’s coming to consoles and PC this winter.