Nobuo Uematsu Is Said To Be Helping With Final Fantasy VII Remake

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That's in 2023, by the way. We at Mammoth Gamers actively questioned whether or not Square Enix was going to endanger the release, as the previous two games didn't instill much faith.

Yoshinori Kitase, Producer: "I've worked on numerous titles with Uematsu-san, and while I'm now working on the production of Final Fantasy VII Remake, it's actually been since Final Fantasy X that I directly worked with Uematsu-san". Hamaguchi does say that this targeted release window is too far away as well, but the conversation alone may frame what state the game is in.

A screenshot showing an excerpt of the interview can be looked over right here, whereupon Kitase explains how he worked with Uematsu on several projects and how he thought Uematsu wouldn't be interested working on Final Fantasy VII Remake.

A handful of new Final Fantasy XI Mobile screenshots were spotted on Nexon's official website and they look very promising. Do they want the first part out by 2023 or do they want the entire series out by then?

According to Final Fantasy VII Remake producer, Yoshinori Kitase, it is said that legendary composer Nobuo Uematsu will help with the PS4 exclusive Final Fantasy VII Remake.

In any case it's probably best to take it with a grain of salt for now, but hopefully Square Enix will have a more concrete date to share at E3 2018 which will be happening next month.

Kitase said in the interview the following: "I've worked on numerous titles with Uematsu-san, and while I'm now working on the production of Final Fantasy VII Remake, it's actually been since Final Fantasy X that I directly worked with Uematsu-san".

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