Published: Tue, March 13, 2018
Industry | By Terrell Bush

Final Fantasy VII Remake Will Reproduce the Original Title In High-Quality Graphics

Final Fantasy VII Remake Will Reproduce the Original Title In High-Quality Graphics

Very recently, a job listing for the upcoming Final Fantasy 7 Remake surfaced and because of that, we were able to pluck out some details regarding the development update of the game.

A new job listing states Square Enix is satisfied with the level of quality reached by the much anticipated Final Fantasy VII Remake, even though we've yet to witness whether this level is good enough for fans of the original game and JRPGs in general. According to Siliconera, the job isn't mean to be a last-minute replacement for the work volume but that Square Enix is looking for someone to assist in recreating the game for a modern audience.

By setting up core members from different positions as level organizers, battle planners, and designers and keeping in mind that there already exist persons from the developing team, they all should chip away at this together to accomplish the objective.

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It certainly looks like the game is a long way off yet, considering that the company is still in the midst of hiring "active core members". The Level Planner's assigned duties are to establish a workflow for location creation, develop level designs for those locations, and implement those designs within Unreal Engine 4.

The words used in the listing still hint at a development process in its early phases, which is quite hard to comprehend if you consider that the game has been announced at E3 2015.

There is no fixed release date for the Final Fantasy VII remake, with Yosuke Matsuda indicating, in a recent financial results briefing, that Square Enix plans on releasing it "in the next three years or so".

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