[final fantasy 7 remake countdown]Final Fantasy 7 Remake Event Countdown: Start Time, Rumours And Latest News For Xbox, PC, Part 2 Rev

2021-7-8
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Looking forward to the Final Fantasy 7 Remake Orchestra Event in the hopes of more news about any updates coming to the game?

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You’re in luck! It has already been confirmed that an announcement regarding Final Fantasy 7 Remake is coming before the Orchestra’s final performance in Tokyo and everyone is talking about what it could mean.

Below, we’ve got everything you need to know about the Final Fantasy 7 Remake Event, when it is, and where you can watch it.

The Final Fantasy 7 Remake Orchestra World Tour Tokyo show is due to start at 5 pm JST on February 13th.

This means that it will begin at 3 am EST on February 13th and 8 am GMT on February 13th.

For more information, Square Enix has a blog post in Japanese explaining the event in more details.

” Experience all-new symphonic arrangements, including the Final Fantasy VII Remake theme song “Hollow”, the latest original composition from Nobuo Uematsu, performed by an orchestra and chorus of over 100 musicians, led by Grammy Award-winning conductor Arnie Roth.”

For any fan of Final Fantasy and the FF7 Remake, it promises to be a memorable event.

Final Fantasy 7 Remake Orchestra event click to enlarge + 4 AMAZING! – The soundtrack is more than deserving of such a celebration

However, with possible news of additional content… It’s one you’re going to want to be watching.

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Even before the official announcement that we were getting new Final Fantasy 7 Remake information alongside the Orchestra World Tour’s Tokyo performance, rumours have been rife among the community.

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The game is currently only available on PlayStation 4, but with next-gen consoles out, could we see it be released on the newer platforms?

One of the biggest rumours out there, that would prove to be a little underwhelming, is that the current release of the Final Fantasy 7 Remake is coming to PS5 consoles soon.

Final Fantasy 7 Remake Aerith Screencap click to enlarge + 4 AERITH – Could we be seeing her alongside Cloud in 4K soon?

We know that Part 2 is in the works, but would Square Enix make such a “big deal” about a next-gen port of an existing game that already looks so good?

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Alongside the rumours that the Final Fantasy 7 Remake is coming to PS5 consoles, fans have been speculating what this means for other platforms.

Although the Nintendo Switch seems to be out of the discussions, questions as to whether the game is coming to Xbox consoles and PC are rife.

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Recently, on a ResetERA Forum, a prominent leaker has suggested that the aforementioned PS5 version of the title will also come to PC.

Final Fantasy 7 Remake Cloud Sephiroth Clash click to enlarge + 4 CLASH – Are you looking forward to Part 2’s release?

Along with this tidbit of information, they also stated that the upgraded version would be “more than a resolution increase”, featuring new story content.

Could this be… Surely not. Part 2 is ages away… Right?

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With all that being said, could we be looking at a Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 announcement? It isn’t outside of the realms of possibility as we know that the game is in development as we speak.

Director Tetsuya Nomura confirmed that development was in full swing by November 2019, and Square Enix President Yosuke Matsuda confirmed that any slight delays in the production of Part 1 would not impact the timeline they had in mind during a Q&A.

Final Fantasy 7 Remake Cloud Tifa click to enlarge + 4 STORY CONTENT? – More story content would be good! But what about Part 2?

That being said, we haven’t heard a whole lot more information regarding Part 2.

In December 2020, Square Enix’s Yoshinori Kitase mentioned that development was going well, but that’s about it.

You can check out a Tweet with the English-Language translation from Famitsu below:

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We also know that additional motion-capture work has been ongoing, thanks to Asuka Yoshikawa’s Twitter, but does that mean Square Enix is ready for a big announcement regarding Part 2?

The Final Fantasy 7 Remake Orchestra World Tour performance is just a few hours away. Only then will we know the truth.