Final Fantasy VII Rebirth is the second game in the Remake trilogy, coming to PS5 next winter

Final Fantasy VII Rebirth is the name of the second game in the Final Fantasy VII Remake trilogy and it will launch “next winter” on PlayStation 5. Developer and publisher Square Enix also shared the first trailer during its event of the 25th anniversary of the original finale. Fantasy VII. Among other major announcements, the developer also said that Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII Reunion will launch later this year. It will debut on PS5, PS4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and Steam (PC).

According to a blog shared by Square Enix, the Final Fantasy VII revival will continue the story of Final Fantasy VII Remake “taking Cloud and the Midgar party out into the wider world.” The first trailer shows Cloud and Sephiroth. According to the developer, the game’s standalone experience reinvents Final Fantasy VII for the modern era.

According Tetsuya Nomura, Game Creative Director of Final Fantasy VII Rebirth, the game is designed in such a way that new players can enjoy the game whether they are familiar with the original game or not. He also pointed out that development has already started on the third title. Meanwhile, producer Yoshinori Kitase said that the game will have “stunning twists” and deeper character explorations.

As part of related development, Square Enix also announced Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII Reunion, a prequel to the original Final Fantasy VII launched in 2007, coming to PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Steam and Switch more late this winter. The game is said to follow the original narrative in which Zack Fair is on a mission to find the missing soldier Genesis Rhapsodos. The game will come with multiple improvements in terms of graphics and dialogues which are now fully voiced.

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