Final Fantasy VII Remake Progress Detailed in Job Listing

Tuesday, 13 Mar, 2018

Judging from the listing it looks like Final Fantasy 7 Remake is on schedule and is simply looking for someone to help ensure a quality experience.

Square Enix says that a level planner isn't the only role it hopes to bolster, and that it will continue hiring and recruiting new talent to make FFVII: Remake the best it can be. The Level Planner's assigned duties are to establish a workflow for location creation, develop level designs for those locations, and implement those designs within Unreal Engine 4.

There is no fixed release date for the Final Fantasy VII remake, with Yosuke Matsuda indicating, in a recent financial results briefing, that Square Enix plans on releasing it "in the next three years or so".

Square Enix plans that the return of the RPG is a success and the fans are satisfied with the results.

While Final Fantasy VII Remake's programs for general functions and contents are being tested within the development team as required, the part about reproducing the original work in high-quality graphics is reaching a satisfactory standard, and we've come to the conclusion that in order to meet fan expectations we must increase its quality another step higher.

The studio did not give more details about the development of the title, but it is good news to know that they are seeking to surpass the results that the original Final Fantasy VII had a few decades ago.

We recently learned that Cloud, the protagonist of this installment, will retain his personality in this remake.

On Final Fantasy XII, Vayne is the eldest son of the supreme ruler of the Archadian Empire, which has invaded the nearby kingdom of Dalmasca as a first move before starting an all-out war with Rozaria.