Final Fantasy 7 Anniversary Stream May Disappoint Remake Fans

Final Fantasy 7 Anniversary Stream May Disappoint Remake Fans
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Although it might be difficult for people in the crowd to accept, Final Fantasy 7 came out 25 years ago on January 31, 1997. In celebration of this historic 25th anniversary Square Enix is holding an event to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Final Fantasy 7 stream that features special guests including characters created by the creator of the game Tetsuya Nomura, as well as the Director, Yoshinori Kitase.

Although there’s no doubt this is an occasion to celebrate with fans however, many will prefer to focus on what’s in the the future for Final Fantasy 7 instead of its past. For those who love the game the stream might not be the one they’ve hoped for.

The next Final Fantasy 7 stream will take place on January 31 at 5 AM ET. While most people are likely to hear about some sort of announcements about The Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 The developer hasn’t revealed any information about the game. Instead this stream is advertised as having news about Final Fantasy 7 The First Soldier.

Although the game had its official debut just a quarter century ago, it’s never been stagnant for very long. Between spin-offs, films porting, and even The Remake and the Remake, there’s always things for fans to look for. Even though Final Fantasy 7 fans might be keen to know how to play the First Soldier, there are likely to be those who are disappointed in the event that there’s nothing made public about the sequel in this remake.

The Final Fantasy 7 Remake was released about two years ago and fans are eager to see more. Of course, waiting on the Remake itself was a long time, particularly with the delay. The latest Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade included more story-related content and could be helping fans tide them over. But, those looking forward to the new characters, locations and battles will surely want to see Square Enix offering some kind of teaser trailer for Part 2 even if it’s just as short as the first teaser of Cloud leaping off the train in the first time in Part 1 was.

It is unclear what time fans will see an updated teaser or release date to release Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2.. Since COVID-19 has changed the way that the world operates in the past couple of years, there’s an excellent chance that the process of developing the follow-up game has been impacted in some form or fashion. This could mean that there will be a longer wait than anticipated for the next installment. In all likelihood, however, Part 2 can provide the same experience that Final Fantasy 7 Remake provided.

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