During an interview at Gamescom, we asked Final Fantasy XV Director Hajime Tabata if the Luminous engine might be used for the remake.
Tabata replied: “Final Fantasy VII (Remake) is not planned to be made with that.”
R. Kasahara wrote:Thanks for the info. Can't say it's all that surprising, but good to know, I guess?
I'm going to do a little speculating here: Unreal Engine 4 will be used for the remake.
For now I’m really dedicated to adaptations of Naruto and JJBA. Working on a new project requires more time as was the case. The .Hacks came out of the minds of teams at CyberConnect2. However, if I have to work on another project I’d like to work on a possible remake of Final Fantasy 7.
Bossanova wrote:I'm hearing lots of good stuff about Unreal Engine 4, not so much about Luminous though.
Bossanova wrote:I've also heard rumours of Cyberconnect2 working on this project. They (cc2) where hiring people to do a open world JRPG with photorealistic graphics complete opposite of anime graphics. CC2's CEO said that he would like to do a FF7 remake, on top of that they also did the FF7 G-bike mini game for android/ios.
Zantetsuken wrote:There's been a post from Kotaku last month, I just didn't get the chance to share it here, it's about Square-Enix asking Japanese fans about their suggestion for the remake, top 5 answers are
5 Improvement of scenes with Yuffie Kisaragi
4 Impovement in the ending
3 Full voice acting
2 more minigames in Gold Saucer
1 Adding Aeris lives Storyline
So what are your thoughts on this? Agree or disagree?
Kotaku's post about the topic:
http://kotaku.com/poll-what-japanese-ga ... Socialflow
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