Final Fantasy VII Remake is in development for PlayStation 4, and at this stage, it has been missing from the public scene for at least three years now. Today, the Japanese publisher has commented on the game's current development state in a fresh job ad. Knowledge of Final Fantasy 7 is not required, apparently, as the publisher hopes the new recruits to inject fresh ideas into the remake. It seems like the developers, Square Enix, are examining programs that implement general functions and contents for the game. So they have chosen to go for a significantly higher quality keeping in mind the end goal to meet the desires of the fans.
Vayne's a bit of a weird pick considering the popularity of other Final Fantasy XII characters (Balthier, Basch, Fran, Gabranth, to name a few), but we suppose NT does need a couple more bad guys to even things out.
'That said, we will tackle the production of this big title by establishing core members of various positons such as level planner, battle planner, designer, engineer, etc. including existing members of the development team.
If you are curious as to what is going on right now regarding Square Enix and the remake that is Final Fantasy VII, a job listing has been found detailing the position of a level planner. According to Siliconera, the job isn't mean to be a last-minute replacement for the work volume but that Square Enix is looking for someone to assist in recreating the game for a modern audience.
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