Square Enix has revealed that (*7*) can be exclusive to the PS5, because of the brand new console’s SSD velocity.
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Part 2 – which has the confirmed title of “Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth” is the second recreation in Square’s remake trilogy although, not like its predecessor, it’ll skip PS4 at launch.
With the sequel attributable to launch in Winter 2023, we’ll probably see lots of new releases shun last-gen editions operating on the PS4 and Xbox One. Veteran Final Fantasy producer, Yoshinori Kitase, elaborated on this in an interview with Japanese publication, Gamer (translated by Gematsu):
It’s exclusive to PlayStation 5 because of the graphical high quality, of course, in addition to SSD entry velocity. Since the journey unfolds in an unlimited world after the escape from Midgar, loading stress is an excessive bottleneck. We felt we wanted the specs of PlayStation 5 to beat that and journey the world comfortably.
SSD speeds and fast load occasions have been key promoting factors for the present technology of dwelling consoles. However, whereas Microsoft’s new Xbox programs additionally boast SSD storage, Square Enix hasn’t outlined any plans for the Final Fantasy 7 Remake trilogy to seem on these platforms. This is probably attributable to an exclusivity take care of Sony, although we did see each FF7R and its Yuffie-led enlargement launch on PC.
Since dropping a brand new trailer for Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 through the authentic recreation’s twenty fifth anniversary occasion, extra particulars surrounding the sequel have emerged. It’s been confirmed that Rebirth will take gamers past the partitions of Midgar, although the order wherein you go to places will differ in comparison with Cloud’s PS1 journey. This could lead some gamers to imagine that components have been reduce although Square assures followers this received’t be the case.
We’ve but to see any gameplay from the sequel although it’ll carry over the identical programs. Exactly how participant development will switch between components has but to be detailed, nor is there any data on how open world Part 2 can be.
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