Final Fantasy 7 Remake Gameplay Leaks: 30 Hours Length, 3 Disc Release, And More Revealed By Square Enix

Final Fantasy 7 Remake fans do not want to wait for a month just to know what’s cooking at Square Enix studio. When everybody was busy looking for the little information revealed by Game Informer, an active fan took the web to leak Final Fantasy 7 Remake gameplay details along with some detailed information about the Final Fantasy 15 gameplay.

Square Enix released the Final Fantasy 13 in three episodes, and according to a NeoGaf user, the studio is expected to follow the same pattern with the Final Fantasy 7 Remake without making any big changes. “Looking at the FFXIII saga as a model of release (three full-fledged games),” NeoGAF user Philippo leaked. “Each game will be the size of a FFXIII game is specifically stated.” The leak suggests that the developer will not make any significant changes to the pattern for the remake as it will feature a massive gameplay of over 30 hours. If this is the case, almost everything will remain the same, but Square Enix wants to keep the development cycle of Final Fantasy 7 Remake shorter than Final Fantasy 15. 

Recently, we came to know that Game Informer’s May 2016 cover story will be Final Fantasy 15 and more gameplay details about Final Fantasy 7 will be revealed throughout the month of April. The 20 page cover story of the magazine offers a lot of exclusive information for both titles. The source visited developer Square Enix in Tokyo and enjoyed gaming for many hours.

Game Informer also interviewed the development team of both Final Fantasy 15 and the remake. The details are shared in a short video footage suggesting that the team will be celebrating the past, present and future of the Final Fantasy game series throughout the month of April. They will also dedicate the time to the share the details about the game’s narrative, exploration, summons, combat and more.

According to Game Informer, the exclusive coverage of Final Fantasy 15 and Final Fantasy 7 will go throughout the month and more information will be shared via the online hub. The team will be sharing details about the characters, locations and other gameplay elements. Along with this, the Final Fantasy 7 remake producer Yoshinori Kitase will join the interview session.

Fans that have been actively consuming information through our coverage of the Uncovered event, can expect more surprises this month. Final Fantasy 15 will be released on September 30 for the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One.
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