Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth is scheduled to include more than 100 hours of gameplay Oh my!
Final Fantasy VII Rebirth is a highly-anticipated sequel Final Fantasy VII Remake that was launched in 2019 and the sequel is only a few three months from now.
2019.’s Final Fantasy VII is a remake of the cult classic which first came out for PlayStation PlayStation at up to 1997. The remake was released 22 years later it was such an enormous undertaking that it needed to be divided into two separate games.
The work on Final Fantasy VII Rebirth was started in the month of November, 2019, prior to the announcement of Final Fantasy VII Remake but it was not officially released to the public up until the month of June 2022. Since then the fans have been asking about when the sequel to the highly anticipated remake was going to be released. It was predicted that it would begin sometime in the early 2024’s However, we didn’t have the exact timeframe. This was before now.
“The exciting trailer is packed with legendary character models Cloud, Aerith, Barret and Tifa within a science-fiction and fantasy-themed world that’s bursting with danger around every corner,” reads the description of the game. “The characters from the comic book join forces with new characters, which include Yuffie who is a part Wutai’s elite group of ninjas. Red XIII, a beast that has a fiery tail, who gives advice to Cloud’s group at times along with Cait Sith, an intelligent feline-like robot that is often standing on the top of his pet moogle, to chase for Sephiroth, the angel with one wing determined to rule the world.”
In this week’s State of Play event, attendees were given an stunning new trailer as well, but the release date for the game was announced as well. After the announcement of the release date We’ve learned since the release date for Final Fantasy VII Rebirth is expected to include nearly 100 hours of gameplay.
The time estimation of 100 hours might not be shocking for those who have completed Final Fantasy VII Remake fully. According to HowLongToBeat.com the game takes in over an hour for those who have completed the game to play the entirety of what the FFVII remake offers. It is therefore logical for Rebirthbeing the sequel will have more features over its predecessor.
Final Fantasy VII Remake producer Yoshinori Kitase, director Naoki Hamaguchi and director of creative Tetsuya Nomura shared a string of tweets that outline what players can look forward to in the game’s upcoming. In this 3-part Tweet Hamaguchi, not only promised fans “free exploring” of the world map, as well as “nearly 100 hours of adventure is waiting for you.”
It’s confirmed the fact that Final Fantasy VII Rebirth is a game with an extremely short timeframe for PlayStation 5 exclusivity, therefore could be an Xbox Series X|S release for both the parts of the remake happen? The only way to know is when. As for other developments, sadly, Square Enix has lost the equivalent of $2.5 billion despite the release of Final Fantasy XVI.
At present, at the very least, Final Fantasy VII Rebirth will be exclusive to PlayStation 5 and has a launch date of February 29th, 2024.