During the latest meeting with the stockholders, Square Enix offered a couple statements about Final Fantasy VII Remake and the status of the development process three years after its announcement. The question was asked specifically about the status of the process and Square Enix didn't want to get too much further into it, although confirming the shift to an internal team.
For the very first time, Tetsuya Nomura has admitted that Final Fantasy VII Remake was announced way too early. The game was announced at E3 2015 and till today we have no details on when exactly the game is going to release.
During a recent interview with Weekly Famitsu, Tetsuya Nomura has shared more details about Final Fantasy VII Remake and the development process which is now ongoing, and apparently in a better shape than anticipated.
During an interview with The Verge, Final Fantasy VII Remake Director Tetsuya Nomura has provided few interesting and reassuring comments about the state of the development process on the much-anticipated game.
At E3 2015, Final Fantasy VII Remake was announced as a PlayStation 4 timed exclusive. During the last few weeks, the title has already popped up on Walmart's site in its Xbox One version, and now it has done it again on the Spanish end of the Game official site.
ResetEra users have discovered a new screenshot grabbed from Final Fantasy VII Remake, although not officially released by Square Enix and not adding any particular news to what we already know. Fans have reconstructed that the item/character showcased in the screenshot is an Air Buster.
Square Enix has assured Final Fantasy Community that Final Fantasy VII Remake gameplay is coming in the near future. Sadly, the exact date of the reveal was not shared but we expect it to take place at this year's E3.