Square Enix Could Go To A Surprising Final Fantasy Project After FF7 Remake Part 2

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Square Enix Could Go To Final Fantasy X-3 After Final Fantasy 7 Remake (Image: SQUARE ENIX)

If you’re a Square Enix fan, there are plenty of reasons to be excited about what the Japanese gaming giant has to offer. From Forspoken to Final Fantasy 16, Life is Strange True Colors, Dragon Quest 12 and Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 – the Shinjuku-based developer and publisher has a great selection of games in the pipeline. But there’s one game that Square Enix could be preparing to work on that even their most ardent fans wouldn’t have seen coming.

As highlighted by tweeter Nibellion in a message online, Final Fantasy 7 Remake director Tetsuya Nomura has raised hopes of a new Final Fantasy X game coming out.

Speaking to Famitsu, Nomura-san said that Kazushige Nojima has written an outline for the Final Fantasy X-3 plot.

Nomura-san said, “If we want to make 10-3, we somehow have a summary written by Nojima-san.

“It’s asleep now, but the conspiracy itself does exist.”

While Motomu Toriyama, who has worked on both Final Fantasy X and X-2, said, “The odds are not zero.

“But we’re not at a stage where we can talk about it unless we’re done producing FF7 Remake.”

If you’re a big fan of Tidus and Yuna’s iconic PS2 adventures and can’t wait to see it further, don’t delay with a 10-3 game.

It is unclear how many more games will be part of the Final Fantasy 7 Remake project and when all of these games will be released.

So it may take a while before Nomura and co get started with a possible X-3 game.

This isn’t the first time Square Enix has been teasing to revisit a beloved game in the Final Fantasy series alongside Final Fantasy 7.

Final Fantasy X-2 Characters Yuna, Rikku, Paine

The Final Fantasy X crew may return in a 10-3 game in the future (Image: SQUARE ENIX)

Yoshinori Kitase previously talked about the prospect of a Final Fantasy 8 Remake.

But, as with a potential X-3 game, the FF8 Remake – if it actually happens – is still a long way off.

Speaking to Famitsu in October 2019, Kitase-san said, “If the youth who inherited Final Fantasy’s genes can step it up and do it, then I’d love to see it made.

“For Final Fantasy VII Remake, the project started from my desire to create Final Fantasy VII with today’s technology while I’m still here at Square Enix.

“So I’d like to see it [Final Fantasy VIII Remake] done by the youth of Square Enix.”

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