Final Fantasy 7 Remake It is a relatively linear experience compared to the original game. over there Entire first entry In Medgar, it remains unclear whether future chapters of the reinterpretation will contain a map of the world.
Turns out they might Square Enix aware of the expectations associated with recreating such an iconic aspect of the 1997 classics. In Interview with co-director Naoki Hamaguchi He commented on this aspect and what exactly players can expect from future chapters in terms of world building and technical ambition.
“I understand there are a lot of fans out there who want to see a map of the world and we want to challenge ourselves to use the vastness of the world in the next match so you can expect great things.”
Certain elements from the original game, such as Fort Condor, have been made into mini-games as part of the remake, with many concerned that this may indicate a lack of a world map in the future. It wouldn’t be the case, says Hamaguchi: “We wanted to include some kind of mini-game in the Yuffie episode from the start of development and felt it would be better to have something that honors the original game and nostalgia for whoever played it rather than adding something new.”
We don’t yet know how many games Final Fantasy 7 Remake will include, despite it being co-directed Motomo Toriyama He says it will be a “collection” of the 1997 classic and all the films, spin-offs, and other materials released over the past few decades. “The remake is based on the original, but will include all these additions from the Final Fantasy 7 universe,” Toriyama explains.
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