Final Fantasy VII and Kingdom Hearts III Director Tetsuya Nomura Teases “Many Things” in Store

Tetsuya Nomura mentions that his work hasn't been shown much at Tokyo Game Show 2017, besides Dissidia ì Final Fantasy NT. Yet, he has many things in store.

on October 4, 2017 12:17 PM

Today’s issue of Weekly Famitsu included an interview with Final Fantasy VII Remake and Kingdom Hearts III Director Tetsuya Nomura and popular Korean artist Hyung-tae Kim (known for Magna Carta, Blade & Soul and more recently the mobile game Destiny Child).

While the interview was mostly a discussion among the two about the respective artwork and views on development, at the very end it included an interesting little tease from Nomura-san.

He mentioned that, speaking about his own work, there has been only an announcement about Dissidia Final Fantast NT at Tokyo Game Show. Yet, since he has a lot of things in store, he encouraged fans to wait for announcements.

At the moment we don’t know if Nomura-san is talking about new reveals related to the Final Fantasy VII Remake, or Kingdom Hearts III, or something else entirely. Yet, that’s certainly intriguing, especially considering that we haven’t heard much about  the Final Fantasy VII Remake lately, and PlayStation Experience is coming. On the other hand, Kingdom Hearts III is coming next year, so the time for Square Enix’s infamous secrets is rapidly running out.

If you want to hear more from Nomura-san himself, you can check out our recent interview.

 /  Executive News Editor
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