Small Glimpse at Final Fantasy VII PS4 Remake Revealed by New Image

Small Glimpse at Final Fantasy VII PS4 Remake Revealed by New Image

Among the drought of new information about the Final Fantasy VII Remake, a small new image gives a glimpse on what appears to be the Air Buster.

Square Enix hasn’t shown much lately of the Final Fantasy VII Remake, but a small new image appears to have been dropped via a rather unusual mean.

An update to Square Enix’s recruitment page (spotted by eagle-eyed Twitter user DKHF4) appears to portray a scene from the game on the screen of Business Division 1’s Development Lead Naoko Hamaguchi.

The image appears to showcase the new look of the Air Buster boss. We can also see part of the UI, possibly indicating that this is gameplay and a look at Cloud at the bottom.

We also get a mention on how development is going:

“FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE” for home game machines is a complete remake work of “FINAL FANTASY VII” released in 1997. By shifting to the in-house development system in order to stabilize the mass production system last year, the development workflow has also been greatly reviewed and the development efficiency has improved. Although the development system and foundation have already been set up and mass production development is proceeding smoothly, from the viewpoint of incorporating, we are continuously looking for new staff aiming for further creativity.”

You can check out the original image below, and an enlarged version. Some more images recently emerged from the 30th Anniversary exhibition in Tokyo, and more information was provided mainly from the recruitment side of the team.

The Final Fantasy VII Remake has been officially announced only for PS4 and for the moment does not have a release window. Despite that, Amazon is already offering pre-orders.



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