Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2: All we know so far about Rebirth

Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 has officially been renamed Final Fantasy 7: Rebirth. Cloud, Tifa, and Aerith fight Sephiroth in this sequel. Beyond teases, Rebirth’s narrative is unclear and seems to change much from the original’s.

Final Fantasy 7 Remake appeared in 2020 and was a good remake. Many didn’t anticipate it to be a one-to-one remake. After the ending, the sequel is in unexplored terrain.

A tiny teaser trailer for Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth showed next-gen visuals. Developer comments and hints have shed some light on Rebirth, but we still have more questions than answers.
Square Enix may disclose more about Rebirth as its debut nears. What we know thus far about the game.

Release Date and Platforms of Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2

Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 will come “next winter” on PS5. This release date was revealed on a June 16, 2022 Final Fantasy 7 25th Anniversary webcast. Final Fantasy 7 Remake will be published as a trilogy, with Rebirth being the second game.

Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth won’t be cross-gen like the original. Square Enix stated why it’s sticking to new-gen hardware in a Gematsu interview roundup.

“Because of the graphics quality and SSD access speed, it’s unique to PlayStation 5. After Midgar, the journey develops across a wide environment, causing great loading stress “elucidates

We anticipate Rebirth to come on PC when its PlayStation exclusivity ends, like Final Fantasy 7 Remake. Unconfirmed. It’s unlikely to arrive on Xbox Series X or S for years. Remake Part 1 hasn’t come on Xbox systems in two years.

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Trailer of Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2

Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2: Square Enix published a first-look trailer for Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth during a June 16 webcast. This clip showed Cloud Strife, Zack Fair, and Sephiroth during gaming.

Aerith’s narration references the original PS1 game. It’s a famous scene from Final Fantasy 7, however it may not happen in Rebirth, thus this may be spoilery. Below:


Here’s a first look at FINAL FANTASY VII REBIRTH, the sequel to 2020’s critically-acclaimed FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE.

Gameplay of Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2

On June 16, 2022, a trailer was shown during a Final Fantasy 7 25th Anniversary Celebration webcast. Cloud and Sephiroth travel across a woodland. There’s no battle yet.

Final Fantasy Remake Aspects Co-director of Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 says Intergrade’s Intermission chapter might appear. Naoki Hamaguchi told The Washington Post (via VGC) in July 2021 that Yuffie and Sonon’s team-up manoeuvres from Intermission would likely be in Part 2.

“I’m happy with how the strategic aspect of the original command-based fight coexists with the real-time, action-oriented conflict,” he remarked. “In ‘Intermission,’ Yuffie and Sonon join up for combination moves, changing combat tactics. In our future narrative, I’d want to include these and other ‘Intermission’ aspects.”

What we want from Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2

Additional playable characters

Cloud, Barret, Tifa, and Aerith were entertaining to handle in Final Fantasy 7 Remake, but there are more characters in the original we’d want to play as. Playing as pistol-wielding vampire Vincent seems fun to us.

Unusual tale turns

We anticipate Tetsuya Nomura to remake Final Fantasy 7 after how it ended. Some fans may expect a true remake of the original game, but we’re curious how the plot will change. We hate surprises.

Chocobo racing

We want a chocobo racing mini-game in the next open-world version. In the original game, this side activity unlocked strong materia. We can’t wait to see how it appears in Final Fantasy XV’s remake.

A variety of minigames

The Gold Saucer is a huge, dazzling amusement park full with mini-games in Final Fantasy 7 Remake. With technology having advanced so much since the original game’s release, we want to see more in this area.

Ray tracing and modern graphics

We hope Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth looks better than the previous game on PS5 (and PC). We’d love to see ray tracing bring fantasy vistas to life.

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