Motomu Toriyama Suggests Final Fantasy VII Remake Is Set In ‘Another World’

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Motomu Toriyama Suggests Final Fantasy VII Remake Is Set In ‘Another World’

Recent interviews from the Final Fantasy VII Remake Ultimania has surfaced online. These interviews provided more information about the game’s scenario. Specifically, a quote from Co-Director and Screenplay Designer Motomu Toriyama suggests that: Final Fantasy VII Remake is in another world. [Thanks, aitaikimochi!]

The full quote states that while the theme of Final Fantasy VII Remake is one of loss, that the potential of characters who died in the game’s original survival scenario could indicate that this is a whole new world. Theories about the scenario of Final Fantasy VII Remake have been swirling since its release. Specifically the ones related to the ending and the phantoms that plague Aerith.

However, this article will not go into detail about any of these things to avoid possible spoilers. That said, this seems to be one of the stronger suggestions that not all is as it seems. Additionally, Toriyama mentions something specific regarding the ending in Final Fantasy VII Remake and Biggs. He specifically mentions that because some characters survived, others may have been saved as well.

He doesn’t elaborate on this, simply suggesting that characters who could have perished earlier in the events of Final Fantasy VII may live in the remake.

Final Fantasy VII Remake is available on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. The Final Fantasy VII Remake Ultimania is currently available to buy. However, it is currently only available in Japanese.

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