Hate to break it to you but the Final Fantasy VII Remake initial release date was pushed back and here’s the reason behind it.
Y’all have to wait for five more weeks!
As we all know, many fans have been anticipating the remake of Final Fantasy VII since its initial announcement during EC 2015. Adding to that, a new trailer of the game was shown at The Game Awards 2019. However, Square Enix, the game developer responsible for FFVII Remake, revealed today that it will be pushing back the release date to April 10.
According to Yoshinori Kitase, Producer of Final Fantasy VII Remake, the reason for this is that they are still finalizing the game to give fans what they deserve.
“We are making this tough decision in order to give ourselves a few extra weeks to apply final polish to the game and to deliver you with the best possible experience.”
No room for hate
Surprisingly, when this news dropped fans weren’t even mad. Instead, they expressed their empathy to the creators and believed it was the right thing to do. And we totally agree. Imagine waiting for a game for many years just to find out that it sucks? No way. Take all the time you need, Square Enix. And we’re not the only ones who think this is true.
So that’s it, folks. Although it’s a bit disappointing to hear that we’ll be waiting for five more weeks. Let’s look at the brighter side. Soon we will be able to play a quality-made Final Fantasy VII Remake that’s worth our time.
Are you also one of the many fans anticipating the Final Fantasy VII Remake? And how do you feel about the release date being delayed?
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