'Final Fantasy 7 Remake' LATEST: Recreation Of 1997 Hit With Modern Twist; Possibly Out This Year? See What Experts Say

Feb 28, 2017 12:00 AM EST | Paul Urban

The "Final Fantasy 7 Remake" is one highly-anticipated game from Square Enix. It is expected to be a big hit especially that it will be a direct recreation of the 1997 original but with few modern twist and touch to it. Gaming fans are excited to know more about the game and here's what experts have given out so far.

According to Trusted Reviews, the narrative, characters, and locations from "Final Fantasy 7" are instantly iconic that it made it one of the most successful games of the 90s. having said that, Square Enix is pressured to recreate the same experience as what gamers had two decades ago.

It is intended to be a direct re-telling of the 1997 original, as earlier reported. However, there is no official word if the locations and characters will be making an appearance as it is believed that some plot elements are perceived to be changed in a way to make the game a little bit more tuned with the times, such that it will be shown two decades later.

The battles in "Final Fantasy 7 Remake" is believed to be more actively dynamic in experience. The combat and exploration will be in real time. With the remake, it is assumed that battle transitions will be eradicated. This time around, cloud and friends are to explore the world filled with enemies as opposed to traveling he world in a different world map.

It is important to note that exploration will definitely play an important part, however, players may be restricted to locations that are important to the story. Gamers are hoping this is not going to be the case. It is also reported that the game will be told in three separate games, which is believed to have its own release date. It will be a full scale game for each part of the multiple series according to Kitase. Each story will be presented in a different angle.

As added by Game Spot, fans and gaming enthusiasts may have to wait a little longer for the "Final Fantasy 7 Remake." Tetsuya Nomura suggested that the remake is going to be far off. However, he also hoped that both "Kingdom Hearts 3" and "Final Fantasy 7 Remake" will be off this year. stopped there.

He did not provide anymore hints as to when it will come to be this year. His pronouncements on both games are fleeting so it is best not to expect that the "Final Fantasy 7 Remake" will indeed be officially released this year. It is best to stay tuned as any official word from Nomura and Square Enix will immediately be reported.

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