No Kingdom Hearts 3, Final Fantasy VII Remake This Year

Lynne Hanson
April 28, 2017

There are a handful of games out there that can truly be called classics, and Square Enix's Final Fantasy is one of them.

Based on the new release plans, it literally seems that all the fans have received a bad news about the possible release dates for the games.

Unfortunately, both "Final Fantasy 7 Remake" and "Kingdom Hearts 3" are part of it.

Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age comes with some brand new features not seen in the original Western release, such as the Zodiac Job System, which allows players to pick two different job classes for each character. It has been revealed that the sequels for the franchises - "Kingdom Hearts 3" and "Final Fantasy 7 Remake" won't be seeing the light of day this 2017. A NeoGAF user named crash-14 has compiled all these clips since the game was announced four years ago and found that "Kingdom Hearts 3" has a total footage of about eight minutes. In a recent survey conducted by Japanese magazine Famitsu, a lot of fans are requesting for Noctis from "Final Fantasy XV" to appear in the game. Did this come as a surprise for you?

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This would echo statements made by game director Tetsuya Nomura in January, who said back then that both projects aren't anywhere near completion.

I didn't give much information on KH3 or FFVII Remake a year ago.

Nomura told Famitsu that while work is moving along nicely, there are a few physical factors that have made development that little bit more hard. The Job system has been redone a little with some modern advancements, and the game's soundtrack has also been newly recorded, not unlike the case with the Final Fantasy X HD remaster.

Finally, Nomura said that he is sorry for keeping the people waiting for the games.

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