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Final Fantasy VII Rebirth is the second part of the three-part "Final Fantasy VII remake project", whose goal is to remake the 1997 RPG Final Fantasy VII. The game follows Final Fantasy VII Remake and is the second of three parts, set to be released winter 2023 for the PlayStation 5.[1]

The title was announced in 2022 during a small presentation celebrating the 25th anniversary of the original Final Fantasy VII, alongside the reveal of Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- Reunion, the release of Final Fantasy VII Remake on Steam and details relating to Final Fantasy VII Ever Crisis and Final Fantasy VII The First Soldier.[1]

Development[]

Final Fantasy VII Rebirth began development following the completion of Remake and its development overlapped with the third game.[2]

Production credits[]

Producer Yoshinori Kitase[3]
Creative Director Tetsuya Nomura[2]
Director Naoki Hamaguchi[4]

Gallery[]

Screenshots

References[]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Square Enix (2022, June 16). "FINAL FANTASY VII 25th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION BROADCAST UNVEILS FIRST LOOK AT ‘FINAL FANTASY VII REBIRTH’, ‘CRISIS CORE -FINAL FANTASY VII- REUNION’ AND MORE". Archived from the original on 16 June 2022.
  2. 2.0 2.1 FINAL FANTASY VII [@finalfantasyvii] (2022, June 16). "FINAL FANTASY VII on Twitter" [Tweet]. Twitter.
  3. FINAL FANTASY VII [@finalfantasyvii] (2022, June 16). "FINAL FANTASY VII on Twitter" [Tweet]. Twitter.
  4. FINAL FANTASY VII [@finalfantasyvii] (2022, June 16). "FINAL FANTASY VII on Twitter" [Tweet]. Twitter.

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