Final Fantasy 7 Remake Devs Will Concentrate on Part 2 After the Release of Episode Yuffie

Final Fantasy 7 Remake Devs Will Concentrate on Part 2 After the Release of Episode Yuffie

Last updated on March 19th, 2021

Square Enix confirms that there won’t be more DLC for Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 1 after the Yuffie episode releases.

Final Fantasy 7 Remake Devs Will Concentrate on Part 2 After the Release of Episode Yuffie

Following the release of the Final Fantasy 7 Remake DLC episode for Yuffie, the developer Square Enix has confirmed there will be no more content for the first part of the game, and will continue working on Part Two.

In a recent interview with Famitsu, creative director of the Final Fantasy 7 Remake series director Tetsuya Nomura shared more about the intent of the Intergrade version which was announced back in February. Nomura shared they originally planned for a full PS5 version of the original game without the DLC, but the development team decided to offer an “upgrade” route instead with the Intergrade version, meaning having to categorise the Yuffie episode as DLC.

The Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade version is set to launch for both Playstation 4 and Playstation 5, but Episode Yuffie will be an exclusive for PS5 only. The upgraded package offers enhanced visuals of the remake in 4K, but the 60 FPS will be exclusive to Sony’s next-gen console.

Nomura also confirmed that there won’t be any further content coming to the part 1, as they are “prioritizing the roadmap for completing the next game. So if we do need to think about more DLC then it will probably come after that is finished”. This means we can only hope to expect more DLC only after the game is completed.

Sonon was also revealed previously, the creative director also confirmed that while you can’t play as Sonon, you can combo battle abilities with Yuffie, by pressing down the left trigger button. There are also new Summons and Materia for Yuffie as well, but Nomura remains tight-lipped about what these will be for now.

Along with the release of Intergrade, the Final Fantasy series is also getting a battle royale spin-off called Final Fantasy 7 First Solider. Nomura talked about challenging the development team and avoid resting on their laurels. Plans for a closed beta test for the mobile game are also on the horizon.

The other mobile title is Final Fantasy 7 Ever Crisis, a game covering the Final Fantasy 7 timeline of the games, all in one title. It is set to have 10 chapters total, a free-to-play game but with gacha-like systems for items and weapons.

Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade releases on June 10th, 2021 for PS4 and PS5. FF7 First Soldier the battle royale spin-off title will launch on iOS and Android later this year 2021. FF7 Ever Crisis will launch sometime in 2022 on iOS and Android.

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