Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2, information from Square Enix: open world possible?
Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 may have some open world elements, based on some snippets of information from Square Enix.
A few details about Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 emerged during a recent interview with Motomu Toriyama and Naoki Hamaguchi by Square Enix, from which come some information on the second part of the remake that could perhaps contain elements in style open world, at least reportedly.
Although Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 has entered full production, the game was not present at E3 2021 and has not yet shown up, so we welcome these vague ones too information with pleasure. On the other hand, development is progressing well, Square Enix said some time ago, so we just have to wait to get some more precise details.
Toriyama said, in particular, that “it will probably take a while before we can see Wutai in the most faithful way “, given its distance from Midgar, in addition to the fact that” perhaps there could be new aspects to highlight for the things that will be seen along the way “.
Apparently, Part 2 has its own unique challenges, as reported by Hamaguchi: “As for the improvements, maybe I should talk more about changes, planned for the future: this is because the next chapter will see Cloud and company leave Midgar and explore the world map, so our new challenge will be to create a gameplay that can exploit the vastness of the world, unlike what we did with the first part “.
These considerations suggest the possibility that Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 may contain elements from the open world. On the other hand, also the director Tetsuya Nomura had previously pointed out that the structure and the atmosphere will be very different from Part 1. In particular, we will see Cloud and companions “travel a lot of nature”, as reported by the director, which suggests the presence of a large and perhaps freely explorable map.