Last Fantasy 7 Remake made it abundantly clear that Sq. Enix’s trilogy of FF7 remakes was going to don’t have any qualms about deviating considerably from the unique sport’s storyline, however in the long run, the trilogy continues to be going to hyperlink up with Last Fantasy 7: Creation Kids, the animated CG film set after the occasions of the unique PS1 title.
The identical was beforehand confirmed by director Tetsuya Nomura earlier this yr, and in a latest interview with GamesRadar, producer Yoshinori Kitase reiterated that notion, confirming that the Last Fantasy 7 Remake trilogy will “hyperlink up” with Creation Kids, and that, collectively, its narrative deviations received’t be important sufficient to not be capable of line up with the film’s occasions.
“We’re lastly going to hyperlink up with Creation Kids, that’s going to be a part of canon,” Kitase mentioned. “The general storyline, the developments, won’t go wildly out in a means that won’t add as much as Creation Kids in the long run. I don’t suppose anybody wished that, that’s not what we’re trying to create right here. [But] to verify it doesn’t change into stale and folks know precisely the place it’s going, [that it] doesn’t simply comply with the unique phrase for phrase, we add in additional components which add that little little bit of doubt. Getting the fitting steadiness of that’s so key. Finally, we’re not making an attempt to alter the Last Fantasy 7 story into one thing actually completely different. The general steadiness wouldn’t actually enable for that anyway.”
Sq. Enix has just lately additionally revealed a ton of recent gameplay and combat-focused particulars for Last Fantasy 7 Rebirth, together with a number of recent screenshots. The corporate has additionally confirmed that the motion RPG will characteristic a brand new Dynamic problem mode that may use stage scaling.
Last Fantasy 7 Rebirth launches on February 29, 2024 for PS5.