FF fans rejoice! New information about the future of the Final Fantasy 7 Remake is going to be announced during an upcoming Square Enix Orchestra Concert this weekend!
The Final Fantasy VII Remake Orchestra World Tour is performing on February 13th in Japan and Square Enix has revealed that there will be an "extra broadcast" before the performance.
In the Tweet below, from Square Enix Music, this information is revealed alongside a comment from Motomu Toriyama, the Co-Director:
This information translates as the following...
" \#FF7R 5 days until the orchestra concert! / At the "FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE Orchestra Tour" held on 2/13, there will be an extra broadcast before the performance, so please take a look! Today is a comment from Mr. Toriyami, Co-Director!"
Part 2 Announcement?
Although details about what the announcement will entail are slim, there are already countless rumours and suggestions floating around the relevant conversations.
It might seem a little soon, but some fans are hoping that this weekend will bring information about Part 2 of the Final Fantasy VII Remake.
Others seem to think that Square Enix's remaster will finally be coming to a new platform.
This seems much more likely, given the fact that the PlayStation exclusivity period for the Final Fantasy VII Remake is coming to an end next month.
There are rumours that it could be arriving on PS5 consoles soon, but what about PC and Xbox?
It's more than possible that the announcement this weekend could be based around a PC release for the popular title.
Whatever the announcement, fans haven't got long to speculate as the Orchestra Concert is due to go ahead on February 13th.