Final Fantasy VII Remake Might Only Arrive In 2018 At The Earliest

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Kingdom Hearts 3 though? The right-hand side of the document that reads "FY2018 and beyond" showcased the games that are slated to be out during that mentioned release window. The report said that there is not much surprise here considering "Kingdom Hearts 3" and "Final Fantasy VII Remake" are not on the verge of being released in 2017, director Tetsuya Nomura said earlier this year. Final Fantasy 12: The Zodiac Age reimagines the game's job system, allowing players to use two job licenses at once, and it appears that combat will be a lot more fluid and feature a lot more depth. The Zodiac Age isn't the only high-profile Final Fantasy remake on the way, either-Square Enix is now hard at work on a completely revamped version of the PlayStation classic Final Fantasy VII, although when it comes to that project, fans have some concerns. Is 2018 going to be the year? According to the Square Enix's release plans for the few upcoming financial years, it's cleared that fans will have to bear a long wait before the release of Final Fantasy 7 Remake and the Kingdom Hearts 3. Both games have been in development for several years now, with no indication of a release date.

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Avid fans of the "Kingdom Hearts" franchise would need to wait a little longer before its upcoming installment hits gaming markets.

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The talks regarding "Kingdom Hearts 3's release date began when the company's investor document has been shared in NeoGaf". These include "Final Fantasy XV", "Deus Ex: Mankind Divided", "Rise of the Tomb Raider", "World of Final Fantasy", and "Dragon Quest XI". But I hope I can show you our progress if any events align this year. "I am very sorry, but to that degree I will make a game that will meet your expectations", Nomura said in an interview with Famitsu.

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