After a long period of waiting for the too soon announced Final Fantasy VII remake, which will feature more enhanced graphics as opposed to it’s usual style, the much anticipated remake of the classic game is finally set to be released this year. Despite the game’s following and the fact that it was set to be remade by Square Enix, the studio made the huge mistake of announcing the game before production had even started…2 years too early. If the announcement had been made in 2019 as opposed to 2018 there probably been a greater deal of anticipation than there is currently, partly because Square Enix, following the announcement released almost no information on the status of the game’s production. However the release of the trailer at E3 was able t reel the fanbase back in with a number of expansions and improvements.
Following the announcement, fans were informed that the game would feature an episode basis as opposed to a single linear storyline. However, it has been stated in more recent information distributed, that the narrative will place more emphasis on certain pivotal scenes to make them more impactful. This would allow the player to have a more expanded and more immersive experience than existed in the original Final Fantasy VII. The game also features more expanded details within the graphics, for example fighting styles of certain characters, costumes as well as the impact animations when the player attacks enemies are completely identical to the style of the original game. The E3 trailer featuring these upgrades and expansions was enough to drive up the anticipation levels that were, in the period between the announcement and the release of the trailer (as well as the playable demo) drastically.
The game is set to be released on March 3rd, 2020
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