Wednesday, 26 September, 2018

Cloud's Design in Final Fantasy VII Remake Has Changed

Cloud's Design in Final Fantasy VII Remake Has Changed Cloud's Design in Final Fantasy VII Remake Has Changed
Sherri Watson | 08 February, 2018, 16:02

Square Enix recently detailed various pre-order bonuses that players will receive for purchasing Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition at their retailer of choice before it comes out, but the company's announcement glossed over some specific features that it will have on Windows 10.

Furthermore, the developer noted that it is aware of the stuttering issue in the game benchmark tool and will be resolved in the final release.

The Final Fantasy VII Remake, announced in E3 2015, will bring the classic RPG from the original PlayStation to the PlayStation 4.

It's safe to say that the Final Fantasy 7 Remake is one of the most anticipated games on the horizon, with fans begging for a remake for years.

According to Twitter reports from the event, Cloud's design has changed from what we have previously seen.

Fans who are interested in checking out the Farewell Stories exhibit while it's at the Mori Arts Center they have until February 28.

The development team struggled with finalizing the new character design for Cloud, according to team leader Naoki Hamaguchi.

One of the attendees described Cloud's new look for the Final Fantasy VII Remake as a "more natural" one. Sadly, the images were shown behind closed doors so it will be a long time until the images get released publicly.

Elsewhere, the various members of AVALANCHE - the rebels that hire Cloud as a mercenary to begin with - have also been altered. Unfortunately, there's no word yet or when those aforementioned screenshots will be made available for the public to witness on their own. Nomura reportedly recognized the design as being "the closest to the original design to date".

At the very least, Hamaguchi said at the event that development was "going well".