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Square Enix’s Tetsuya Nomura teases that more Final Fantasy VII spin-offs are coming

Happy 25th birthday to Final Fantasy VII!
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Final Fantasy VII is turning 25, and Square Enix has big plans for the sub-franchise. The original Final Fantasy VII was released on the PlayStation 1 in Japan on January 31, 1997. To celebrate, Square Enix shared a new logo for the 25th anniversary and a message from Toshinori Kitase and Tetsuya Nomura. Nomura even teases that more spin-offs in the world of Final Fantasy VII are coming.

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Kitase was the director of the original Final Fantasy VII and is the current project producer of the Remakes. Kitase’s message was about him appreciating the game’s lasting popularity. Nomura is the original character designer and the current Remake Project Creative Director. He thanked fans in his message while also promising that the spin-off title, Final Fantasy VII Ever Crisis, is still “waiting in the wings.”

Nomura ends his message by promising even more new FFVII projects are coming in the future. Nomura writes that the team will continue pressing ahead to “even greater things,” and asks fans to “keep supporting us going forward!”

2022 is shaping up to be a big year for Final Fantasy VII. Kitase claims that news for the FFVII Remake Part 2 will be revealed this year. The official new logo for the 25th anniversary of FFVII features the franchise’s main characters — Cloud Strife, Zack Fair, and Sephiroth.


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