The Final Fantasy VII Remake for PlayStation 4 has been delayed since its release date on March 3. A note from producer Yoshinori Kitase says that the new release date of the FFVII was set for April 10, to give the team some extra time for the final touches.
“We are making this difficult decision to give us a few more weeks to apply the final enamel to the game and give you the best possible experience,” Kitase said in a message from the study. “I, on behalf of the whole team, want to apologize to everyone, since I know this means waiting a little longer for the game. Thank you for your patience and continued support.”
The release of the long-awaited remake is not really the full game. Final Fantasy VII Remake will be launched episodically, dividing the game into separate pieces. This initial consists of the Midgar portion of the original game.
Recently, the game show leaked and information was extracted, which caused spoilers to circulate on the Internet. We could even see the opening movie, a nostalgic recreation of the original 1997 classic. Square Enix has not given news on when the show can be released to the public. For more information on the FF7 Remake, see everything we know so far.
This was one of the two Square Enix games that announced delays almost simultaneously. The other was Marvel’s Avengers, which lasted until September. It had previously been scheduled for May.
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