The Square Enix's E3 2019 press conference started with a long, in-depth presentation of Final Fantasy VII Remake for PlayStation 4. The publisher gave an overview of the game's revamped combat system, which mixes real-time action with familiar but altered Active Time Battle system. We've also learned that the game will be massive, featuring two Blu-ray discs' worth of gameplay content – and that this initial release will not cover the whole of Final Fantasy VII
It seems the sheer amount of content is why it will take up so much space. Square Enix had previously said the Final Fantasy VII remake would come in multiple parts or episodes. As producer Yoshinori Kitase explained during an E3 press preview, however, the first "game" is "set in the eclectic city of Midgar and presents a completely standalone gaming experience," making it the first leg of the original version of FFVII. Kitase said Square Enix is not sure how many episodes Final Fantasy VII Remake will require or how long the development of additional episodes will take
That was not the only Final Fantasy VII news to come out of the press conference; Square Enix also featured an extended version of the trailer that was revealed during the June 9's Final Fantasy concert. This one gave us our first look at Tifa, along with more footage of the rebuilt battle system.
Square Enix also unveiled two new special editions for the game, including a $ 330 1
E3 2019 is steadily drawing to a close, so check the full schedule to see what presentations are left.
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