Final Fantasy VII Remake was one of 2020’s best games and since it’s only the first installment of a multi-part series, the biggest question we all want answered is when the next chapter will arrive. Perhaps we’ll get some sort of answer during this weekend’s Final Fantasy VII Remake Orchestra World Tour where the game’s co-director has announced that new details on the game will be revealed exclusively at the event.
The FF7 Remake Orchestra World Tour is a traveling concert that performs, you guessed it, live renditions of songs from both the original game and Remake. On Saturday, February 13 they’ll be livestreaming a performance from Tokyo. In a video posted on by the Square Enix Music Twitter account and translated by Aitai Kimochi (thanks Video Game Chronicle), Final Fantasy VII Remake co-director Motomu Toriyama discussed the concert and shared the following:
“In addition to the performance, we have a special program planned as well. There will be a few things about FF7R that will be revealed only during this concert. I will also take part in this program, so please tune in!
So the million dollar question is what could the news be? The knee-jerk reaction is information on Part 2. That would be great, but, if I’m being realistic, I’d expect an announcement for the multi-platform (and maybe new-gen) versions of Part 1. Remember that Final Fantasy VII Remake is a timed PS4 exclusive until March 3 of this year, which is now less than a month away. I also not convinced the news will be related to the various Final Fantasy VII related trademarks Square Enix registered in January, but stranger things have happened. Since the concert will be livestreamed in Japanese, fans who don’t speak the language may have to wait for a translation of the news assuming the show isn’t subtitled.
So what do you think the news will be? Let us know in the comments!
[Source: Video Games Chronicle]