.Hack Developer CyberConnect2 Wants To Handle The Final Fantasy VII Remake

on July 8, 2014 11:02 AM

Hiroshi Matsuyama, president of CyberConnect2 sat down recently to do an interview about Naruto Storm Revolution. During the interview he was asked about the future of CC2 titles, and where they might go next, and his answer is pretty surprising.

As you may know, CyberConnect2 is currently working on a mobile game titled Final Fantasy VII G-Bike which is a game based on Cloud and his motorcycle. With this game, they’ve already shown interest in the Final Fantasy series, is Hiroshi taking it one step forward in this new interview?

After Naruto and Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure do you fit another manga or you prefer to work on a project like the original hacks.?

For now I’m really dedicated to adaptations of Naruto and JJBA. Working on a new project requires more time as was the case. The .Hacks came out of the minds of teams at CyberConnect2. However, if I have to work on another project I’d like to work on a possible remake of Final Fantasy 7.

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