Square Enix is expected to reveal Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 this year, and while nothing has been confirmed, one event just makes perfect sense.
the final-fantasy franchise is currently in a state of limbo. While Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin is set for release this month, the arguably biggest two entries in the franchise have fans currently awaiting news, developments, and reveals. The first, of course, is Final Fantasy 16. After COVID hit development on that game hard, fans learned they would find out more about it sometime this spring.
The second, perhaps even bigger, is Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2. Square Enix does intend to reveal new information regarding Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 sometime this year, much to many fans’ delight. Of course, a reveal and a release are two completely different entities, and it doesn’t seem likely to be a 2022 release. It could be, but it seems doubtful. But, there is a likely time when that reveal could be.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 – Square Enix’s E3 2022 Trump Card?
It’s best to avoid putting out new much information on different games in the same franchise back to back. despues de stranger of paradise‘s release, the next thing fans can expect is Final Fantasy 16‘s showcase, and to give each of them proper time, Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2‘s showcase would likely and understandably come a couple of months later.
Vaguely speaking, this would likely push any sort of major final-fantasy reveal into the summer, and if it is going to take place over the summer, then it only makes sense for Square Enix to tout it as its big E3 reveal. E3 has been hazy in terms of details as of late, but it does seem the E3 event will take place digitally. Last year’s E3 had its hiccups, but hopefully with a year to iron them out, each major publisher can have some big showcases.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2’s Reveal at E3 Would Also Be a Nice Anniversary
However, it’s not just because the timing Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 being at E3 makes sense; it would also be the anniversary of Final Fantasy 7 Remake‘s reveal. In June 2019, Square Enix revealed the first game at E3 and to see the second game there three years later would have some nice symmetry. Between the timing and E3 anniversary of sorts, it seems like the perfect place and time to show off the game.
Not to mention, E3 is the place to show off the big guns. Microsoft, Sony, Ubisoft, and every other major gaming company will likely try to do the same, but there’s not a better card to play from Square Enix than Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake is available now on PC, PS4, and PS5.
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