Sq. Enix is internet hosting Ultimate Fantasy 7 stream subsequent week in celebration of the sport’s twenty fifth anniversary – and lots of followers might be hoping to see a glimpse of Ultimate Fantasy 7 Remake: Half 2.
Streaming on the writer’s YouTube and Twitch channels, the stream will happen on June 16 at 3pm Pacific / 6pm Jap / 11pm UK (so June 17 at 9am AEDT).
It is unclear what Sq. Enix will announce throughout the ten minute stream however it promised followers “a primary have a look at all the data surrounding the twenty fifth anniversary of Ultimate Fantasy 7”.
Whereas followers’ could also be hoping for some information relating to the long-awaited Remake: Half 2, it is value noting that Sq. Enix has a number of ongoing spin-offs of the basic PlayStation RPG, and will simply be saying new info relating to these. Ultimate Fantasy VII Remake director Tetsuya Nomura mentioned final month that Sq. Enix can be saying “numerous issues” throughout an anniversary occasion however, once more, did not go into additional particulars.
Different Ultimate Fantasy 7 video games embody The First Soldier and upcoming cellular RPG Ultimate Fantasy VII: Ever Disaster, however the bulletins could possibly be completely non-game associated, extra akin to the latest clothes line reveal. There are additionally additional spin-offs deliberate, with Nomura saying in January that “there might be much more new Ultimate Fantasy 7 tasks that began up after the remake coming sooner or later too. The group see this twenty fifth anniversary as a waypoint on our journey with Ultimate Fantasy 7, and can proceed urgent forward to even better issues.”
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Remake: Half 2 was confirmed to be in full growth in July 2020 however Sq. Enix has in any other case saved quiet on the sequel. In our 8/10 evaluate of Half 1, IGN mentioned: “Ultimate Fantasy 7 Remake’s uninteresting filler and convoluted additions may cause it to stumble, however it nonetheless breathes thrilling new life right into a basic whereas standing as an ideal RPG all its personal.”
Ryan Dinsdale is an IGN freelancer who sometimes remembers to tweet @thelastdinsdale. He’ll speak about The Witcher all day.