Exciting Changes Coming to Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 3

The highly anticipated Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 3 is set to introduce some major changes that will give players a whole new gaming experience.

In a recent episode of Inside Square Enix, battle director Teruki Endo hinted at a shift towards a more action-based combat system, with the goal of providing players with increased freedom during battles. This change was already evident in the INTERmission expansion and Final Fantasy VII Rebirth, which introduced new features like Precision Guard and enhanced aerial combat.

Director Naoki Hamaguchi also teased that the upcoming game will offer a different gameplay experience compared to its predecessors. Fans can expect the open-world formula introduced in Rebirth to be revamped, promising a fresh and unique gaming experience.

While fans eagerly await the release of Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 3, it is estimated that the game will not be available for at least another three years. With the cliffhanger ending of Rebirth, players are left wondering what twists and turns the final installment will bring, making it an epic conclusion to the beloved series.

For those who can’t wait to dive back into the world of Final Fantasy VII, the second entry in the Remake series, Final Fantasy VII Rebirth, is currently available on PlayStation 5. Be sure to check out Kai’s review for more details on this exciting chapter in the franchise.