Final Fantasy VII Rebirth producer Yoshinori Kitase recently teased “a big announcement” related to the Final Fantasy series but “unrelated to Final Fantasy VII” in a recent new years message on the official Final Fantasy website.
The full details on the announcement can be seen below:
Happy New Year to you all.
Final Fantasy XVI is set to release this year, which means Yoshi-P needs your support now more than ever. Cheer him on as he gives it his all down the stretch!
Also! Development is picking up speed on the title I’m producing, Final Fantasy VII Rebirth I’m sure many of your collective imaginations are running wild trying to picture how we’ll recreate some of the game’s most iconic scenes, and we’ll have more to share about that when the time is right.
There’s also another big announcement unrelated to Final Fantasy VII that I can’t say anything about just yet.
Rest assured we’re working hard to make sure 2023 is the most exciting year yet.
Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Producer
Details for the latest Final Fantasy Game, Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion can be seen
The new game is a full remaster of the PlayStation Portable exclusive Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII, which originally launched back in 2007.
That game quickly won acclaim thanks to innovative gameplay, likeable characters and an impactful narrative that added even more detail and richness to the world of Final Fantasy VII. Now it’s coming back in a new and improved form.
Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion is a true remaster that follows the original’s narrative: Zack Fair’s mission to find the missing SOLDIER Genesis Rhapsodos. It features multiple improvements from the original game – for example, the graphics have been converted to HD, with all the 3D models, from the characters to everything else, being fully refreshed. What’s more the dialogue is now fully voice-acted, and there’s a new arrangement for the soundtrack!
Long-time Final Fantasy VII fans will require no introduction to the inestimable Mr. Fair, but newer players may be wondering: who’s this black-haired fellow—and why is he holding such a familiar sword?