Final Fantasy 7 Remake was one of 2020's finest releases, but many may have been unaware that it was only a retelling of the first chunk of the original game – at least until the end credits.
Square Enix also left any confirmation of that off of the box, but it's meant that many are now looking towards Part 2 with bated breath.
Here's everything we know so far.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 Will Borrow Features From Intergrade - July 4, 2021
Naoki Hamaguchi, co-director of the game has revealed that Part 2 of the Final Fantasy 7 Remake will likely borrow some features from Intergrade and the Intermission DLC. Full details about their statements can be found here.
Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2 Will Likely ‘Differ Significantly’ From The Original, According To Co-Director - June 28, 2021
Co-Director Motomu Toriyama gave us a fresh insight into Part 2's development, confirming "going forward, I’m sure some parts of the remake will differ significantly from the original". You can read more here.
Plot Twist In Part 2? - March 22, 2021
The game's producer has been discussing one character's fate, and it sounds like it may not be as cut and dry as we thought. Check it out here, but beware of spoilers for Part 1.
Final Fantasy 7: Remake Part 2 Release Date
We don't have any news on when to expect the second part of what is sure to be an epic adventure.
In fact, the most recent Final Fantasy news we got was that the sixteenth instalment will be a PS5 exclusive, while FF14 Online continues to forge its own path.
Oh, and Sephiroth came to Smash Bros, too.
With the franchise never far from players' minds, it could be that Square Enix waits until it has more concrete information about Part 2 – especially since Part 1 was considered vaporware for years.
Final Fantasy 7: Remake Part 2 Platforms
With the first part being a PS4 exclusive (or at least, for now), we'd imagine Part 2 will only be on a PlayStation console. That being said, Square did skip the first few Kingdom Hearts games before bringing Kingdom Hearts 3 to Xbox One, so who knows.
It's unlikely the game would target PS4, though, so expect it to come to PS5 – potentially with a PS4 version playing second fiddle.
Final Fantasy 7: Remake Part 2 Story
In an interview with Final Fantasy 7 Remake co-director Naoki Hamaguchi and producer Yoshinori Kitase and CEDEC, the team were asked about the second part's potential to mix things up further following the revelations of the first part (and how it impressively subverted fan expectations).
As translated by Twitter user @aitakimochi, the sequel will look to surprise players in a similar way.
Final Fantasy 7: Remake Part 2 Trailer
Needless to say, there's no trailer yet. On the plus side, here's the stunning latest trailer for the first part.
Final Fantasy 7: Remake Part 2 Demo
You can play the demo for Part 1 right now – we'll let you know as soon as there's info about Part 2.