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The long-awaited remake of Final Fantasy VII still has a way to go in terms of development, but at least Square Enix is revealing that progress is being made. At the 2017 MAGIC event, the director showed off two new screenshots of the gameplay, as well as a new image of Kingdom Hearts 3.
The first image shows heroes Cloud and Barret battling the Guard Scorpion, one of Final Fantasy VII‘s earliest boss enemies. As you’d expect with 20 years of technological development following the original’s release, the remake features surprisingly a lot more details and effects in its graphics, with the technological developments during the original release 20 years ago.
In the second image we can see Cloud taking cover behind a crate while battling an enemy soldier. The shots shows that the HUD menus, are very sleek and minimal.
The director didn’t drop any major new informations about Final Fantasy VII Remake, but he did share a few small details about gameplay. This includes that the combat system is being designed to “happen without interruption,” and that environment scenery will be “partly destructible” during battles. Also nice to know is that allies won’t take damage from players’ grenades.
As for Kingdom Hearts 3, again not a lot of new information was revealed, but the new screenshot shows a new enemy, with hero Sora using the Keyblade’s new transforming ability.
Both Final Fantasy VII Remake and Kingdom Hearts 3 are still without release dates, however with this year’s E3 quickly approaching, hopefully we’ll soon hear something new.
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