Final Fantasy 7 Remake receives new gameplay in teaser trailer

Final Fantasy 7 Remake receives new gameplay in teaser trailer

This naturally drummed up a ton of excitement but immediately after, Square Enix went quiet on the project.

Final Fantasy VII Remake is in development for PlayStation 4. It's the company's biggest hit ever, one which literally changed the video game world by going all-in on cinematic drama and finally popularizing/legitimizing the Japanese-style role-playing game genre outside Japan.

Apart from yesterday's reveal of a new Final Fantasy 7 Remake trailer at Sony's State of Play stream, Square Enix hasn't really given fans any major update about the upcoming remake ever since its initial announcement back in 2015. Square Enix is hosting its own show at the event, so get ready for that.

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"Final Fantasy VII Remake is a full remake heading to the PS4". In the original version, less-important characters who didn't appear in battles or money-shot cutscenes didn't have the luxury of the higher-polygon versions that the central cast did, and were resigned to a blocky-looking fate. Other highlights include Cloud's first meeting with Aerith where he is given a flower, the game's newly enhanced graphics and the title's fast-paced gameplay.

While that's not strictly confirmation that the remake is still multi-part, it's essentially saying that this four-year-old press release still has the most up-to-date information... which means, yeah, it's likely still an episodic game.