Final Fantasy VII Remake will still release in multiple parts, via Square Enix’s official press release following Thursday’s new teaser trailer. When the project was first revealed back in 2015, it was also shared that the game would be told in parts.
Tellingly, the scenes we’ve seen thusfar only reflect the early hours of the original title. Despite being multiple parts, Square Enix wants you to think of it differently than a game like Life is Strange, which unfolds episodically. Later in 2015, producer Yoshinori Kitase stated that “each entry will have the volume of content equal to a full-sized game.” You can imagine then, the opportunity for the team to expand on different aspects.
We go a bit deeper into the scenes in yesterday’s teaser trailer in our teaser analysis here.
Final Fantasy VII is currently announced for PlayStation 4.