“Development of Final Fantasy VII Remake and Kingdom Hearts III still have some way to go” – Tetsuya Nomura

By Kin Boon on Jan 11, 2017

Fans of the upcoming Final Fantasy VII Remake and Kingdom Hearts III will have to wait slightly longer for the release of both games. According to the latest issue of Famitsu, Tetsuya Nomura said production for both games is progressing, but there is nothing much he can say about either title at the moment.

“We're steadily progressing on production, but the wait will be a bit longer for Kingdom Hearts 3 and Final Fantasy 7 Remake,” said Nomura, who is the director for both games. “I am very sorry, but to that degree I will make a game that meets expectations. The release of the titles themselves still have a way to go.”

According to Nomura, the development team behind Kingdom Hearts 3 couldn’t show much on how things are coming along, as there are still unannounced worlds which remained “untouched” in the game.

“While I can't make a sweeping statement because the development process is different from what we've done so far, there are still worlds untouched. Production is progressing… [but] in terms of the state of development, there is still some way to go,” he said.

As much as we have already expected the long wait for both titles, it’s still a bummer to know that we have to endure another year or two before the game drops. With that said, we can expect to hear more about Final Fantasy VII Remake and Kingdom Hearts III at an event this year, though Nomura didn’t specify which.

Source: VG 24/7

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