Final Fantasy 7 Remake is indeed the final game in the series, but not the last we’ll see of it

It’s easy to forget that the original game was demoed off to the public at E3 2012 and that the game was still just a rumour a year ago, but, although that’s a pore-inducing thought, the game did, for all intents and purposes, make its way to PC earlier this year. In that time, however, the team at Stormfront has added a handful of features, including full-motion video chat (with a mic on, no less), the ability to switch off the in-game clock and – as the title suggests – the final killer of the Final Fantasy franchise. Final Fantasy 7 Remake is indeed the final game in the series, but not the last we’ll see of it. “That’s a very long time to go without a remake,” says producer Yoshinori Kitase, “so we want as much time as possible to make the game.” “We want to have a very long time to make something that will be the best thing that we can. We want to make a game that will be with us for years and years to come.” We’ll have to wait and see if the team will have been able to pull that off. But even if it hasn’t, it’s clear that the team has been eager to try and change the way that people play games for as long as they can.