One of the highly anticipated titles from the FF series is the HD revival of the classic PlayStation game, “Final Fantasy VII: Remake.” Fans have been keeping track of the game development’s progress since the report of it reintroduction surfaced. New interesting details about the game were revealed recently by the game director.

Latest progress

In an interview with Weekly Famitsu, Game Director Tetsuya Nomura has revealed that there are several areas in the development of the revival game that is ahead of “Kingdom Hearts Iii.” Recently, the release date for the third game installment was revealed leaving fans to wonder about the progress of “Final Fantasy VII: Remake,” which is also under the direction of Nomura.

According to the article published today, Nomura revealed that they are currently switching from the outsourced to in-house development. He added that there are several parts of the Remake that ahead of the “KH3” line some cutscenes in the game. At this point, according to the director, they are not anticipating any relevant information related to the game’s development progress.

Business divisions

Aside from the update about the progress of the Remake, Nomura also discussed the appointment of Naoki Hamaguchi as the title’s Project Lead. Hamaguchi was also the project lead for the game, “Mobius: Final Fantasy.” Nomura also underlined that while others are saying that Hamaguchi just recently joined the team, he has always been connected with the Remake since the start.

The project lead is the one in-charge of Business Division1 as well as oversees and supervises the staff directly. Although Nomura is the overall director, he does not belong to a specific business group. To give you the exact picture, Square Enix is composed of different business divisions which are in charge of a particular project.

Business Division1 is tasked for “FFXV” while Business Division2 is for the HD revival PS classic game. On the other hand, Business Division3 is in charge of “Kingdom Hearts III” and is headed by Tai Yasue. For his part, Nomura revealed that he is involved in all the projects that transcend all divisions.

Meanwhile, Tetsuya Nomura previously revealed that there is a possibility for the “Kingdom Hearts III” to be released on Nintendo Switch if there is enough demand from players.

The game is scheduled to release on PlayStation 4, and Xbox One in 2018. For now, no information about the release window of “Final Fantasy VII: Remake” has been revealed.

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