Final Fantasy 7 Remake Trilogy Could Be Finished by Original Game’s 30th Anniversary

Final Fantasy 7 Remake Trilogy Progress Update

Square-Enix is aiming to release the third and final installment of the Final Fantasy 7 remake trilogy within the next three years. According to creative director Tetsuya Nomura, the main story for the third game is already complete, and voice recording may begin soon.

Exciting Teasers and New Additions

Details from interviews featured in the newly released book Final Fantasy 7 Remake Ultimania reveal that something new and significant, not present in the original 1997 version, will be introduced in the upcoming game. Series producer Yoshinori Kitase has proposed this addition, sparking curiosity among fans.

Despite challenges posed by the pandemic, both Final Fantasy 7 Remake and Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth had high staff retention. This led to a relatively short wait between the release of the two games in 2020 and 2024, with a DLC expansion thrown in between.

Potential Release Date and Anticipation

With the same level of staff retention expected for Part 3 and substantial progress already made, there is a possibility that Final Fantasy Remake Part 3 could hit shelves by 2027. Coincidentally, this year marks the 30th anniversary of the original game, adding an extra layer of nostalgia for long-time fans.

Despite the potential wait, fans of the series can likely anticipate a game that will be worth it, following the success of Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth that impressed players and critics alike.