Final Fantasy VII Rebirth, the second part of the trilogy, will be released next year.

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(Pocket-lint) – Square Enix held a Livestream celebrating the anniversary of Final Fantasy VII and announced some big news: the Final Fantasy VII remake trajectory will continue with the release of Final Fantasy VII Rebirth next year.

The game kicks off right after the brutal cliffhanger at the end of Final Fantasy VII Remake, and judging from the first trailer, we can expect more diversions from the original game and more questions about avoiding it. the most famous problems.

In particular, Aerith can be heard talking about her destiny, a question that remains unanswered given the known events of Final Fantasy VII.

The game will be released exclusively playstation5 end of next year, no specific date, but still great news given the possibility of radio silence on major projects like this one.

Interestingly, Square has also confirmed that there will be three remastered games in total, with this one being the second of three, so we know we’ll end up with a good piece of original story exploration.

Square also announced a Crisis Core remake during the same livestream, but this game will be released on all market platforms: Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5, Switch and PC. Therefore, this is not part of the agreement with Sony for the core FFVII games.

It’s coming out later this year and doesn’t seem to have the same level of polish as the main FFVII remakes, but fans of this slightly more obscure action game will be pleased nonetheless.

Written by Max Freeman-Mills.

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