It’s been a long time since we heard about the always very exclusive Final Fantasy VII Remake. So that the players have to wait on their way to Kalm, the developers are now offering some new visuals.
It’s now been over a year and a half since the first part of Final Fantasy VII Remake was released on PlayStation 4 without talking about a hypothetical port on PC. Caught between the continued and renewed success of Final Fantasy XIV and the growing expectation for Final Fantasy XVI, the chapter-based remake of the cult J-RPG from 1997 managed to be very discreet.
Two bedrooms, two atmospheres
But now, without warning, the game’s Twitter account today revealed two brand new visuals of two inaccessible locations in Final Fantasy VII Remake: the respective rooms of two members of Avalanche, which are unfortunately missing.
Biggs and Wedge Chambers don’t appear in Final Fantasy VII Remake, but we can show you what they look like …
Can you guess which one belongs to Wedge?
Anyone who has walked long enough in the shallows of Midgar will no doubt recognize the somewhat messy cat lover and the decent soldier cat lover without any problems, not without wondering why Jessie’s room is not one of them (for the time being). And since the most curious will not miss the question: the editor did not consider it appropriate to indicate why these preparatory drawings were not incorporated into the final version of the game.
As you wait to see if Square Enix has actually kept some under its elbows, keep in mind that the developers are already working on the next steps and have already had the opportunity to test the expected changes in Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2:
In the first episode, thanks to the combination of graphics and gameplay, players were able to experience a kind of interactive film. As for the improvements in the sequel – I should speak of “changes” instead – Cloud and his gang will be leaving Midgar and exploring the world map, and our biggest challenge is to come up with new mechanics that will build on that environment.