"Final Fantasy VII" fans who are eagerly waiting for the latest updates and juicy details on the game remake were only treated to a lone image, much to their disappointment.
In a report by Gamespot during the opening ceremony of the 30th-anniversary celebrations of "Final Fantasy," game developer Square Enix released a single image tagged as the game's "key visual," showing Cloud standing and holding his sword in front of Midgar, while Sephiroth towers above the buildings in the background.
Other than the new image, news and updates about the game's release date and other details were not announced during the event that also celebrated the 20th Anniversary of "Final Fantasy VII."
In an interview with Famitsu magazine last month, "Final Fantasy" designer and director Tetsuya Nomura openly said that fans will need to have more patience. "We're making steady progress on its production. While we are indeed working on it, I think we'll have you guys wait a little longer for both Kingdom Hearts III and Final Fantasy VII Remake," said Nomura. He did say, however, that he will make up for the delay by making a game that will meet the fans' expectations.
Meanwhile, Gamespot also reported that the "Final Fantasy XV DLC" will finally be released soon. The Booster Pack will be available starting Feb. 21, and it will include the "Magitek Exosuit" that will give its users "an exhilarating experience in battles," according to Square Enix's tweet.
The other expansion, called "Episode Gladio," will come out on March 28, and it allows gamers to play as the character Gladio. Furthermore, the report also mentioned another expansion called "Comrades," which still has an undetermined release date. All of the DLCs of Final Fantasy XV are included in the $25 DLC pass for both the Xbox One and Playstation 4 (PS4).
Additionally, the software company also announced the launching of "Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age," which is set on July 11th, exclusively on the PS4 platform. It was also earlier reported that the game will showcase more impressive cut scenes, character models, and backgrounds, while players can also choose the language of the characters' voices (Japanese or English).