At a recent launch event of The World Ends With You, Tetsuya Nomura explained the slowdown in the development of Final Fantasy VII Remake with the work required by Kingdom Hearts III.
The news had naturally left many fans of Square Enix’s classic JRPG embittered, but apparently we can breathe a sigh of relief.
Precisando the declaration before Famitsu, Nomura made it clear that his reference was directed to the promotional side of the game and not to the processing itself.
So, & amp; # 8216; translating & amp; # 8217; the thought of the game director, we can say that we will know more once the publisher will have delivered in the hands of KH3 fans, since this is currently its main focus.
As reported by the & # 8217; DKHF Twitter account, the director commented that the development of FF7 Remake has never been paused, but that this is progressing rather smoothly.
Once you get off the # 8217; Sora’s latest adventure & amp; amp; co., therefore, we will start to be inundated with information about the remake of the Japanese role-playing game.
With the day one set for January 29, 2019, we’ll have to wait only for another po & # 8217; & # 8230;
Nomura says to Famitsu that misinformation about FF7R has spread from his comment at the TWEWY event. Assures FF7R isn & # 39; t hold up until he finishes KH3, reiterates what he said to E3 that FF7R dev is going smoothly & amp; amp; IF PR is giving priority to KH3 now, & amp; quot; after that it will be FF7 & amp; quot;
& Amp; mdash; DKHF (@DKHF_) November 16, 2018
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