The well-known insider Nate the Hate has released a new video on his YouTube channel, full of possible anticipations and speculations about some of the most anticipated titlers on PlayStation consoles. One of these is undoubtedly Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2, of which we still know very little.
Because of the limited amount of information, and also considering the rather dilated times with which the first chapter of the ambitious remake of Square-Enix took shape, fans are not particularly optimistic about the timing of the launch of the sequel. However, according to Nate the Hate, we won’t have to wait that long before we get our hands on the title.
According to the insider Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2 will be released in 2023, and will be published exclusively on PlayStation 5. It is therefore announced a follow-up completely next-gen, with PlayStation 4 excluded from the plans of Square-Enix.
The publication of the game – continues the leader – depends strictly on Final Fantasy XVI and its launch window. The Japanese publisher clearly does not want to create conflicts of interest between his two JRPGs, and is trying to tighten the development time to be able to publish FF XVI in time for the end of 2022 (recently we have learned that the works are late It follows that if Final Fantasy XVI is postponed, then Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2 will also suffer the same fate.
As always in these cases, we invite you to take with the pliers what is reported, waiting for Square-Enix to officially update us about its projects. In this sense, Yoshinori Kitase has suggested that news about Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2 could come this year.