Jeff Grubb Clears Up Final Fantasy IX Remake Rumours Following Latest Reports

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    Final Fantasy IX Remake Rumours Clarified By Jeff Grubb In Wake Of Latest Reports

    Jeff Grubb has clarified that he hasn’t spoken about Final Fantasy IX Remake in a few weeks after supposedly new reports on the as-yet unannounced Square Enix title emerged online over the past few days.

    Specifically, a number of outlets had spoken about how Grubb had claimed that the Final Fantasy IX remake would be closer in scale to Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion and that the project would utilise the ATB turn-based system. However, on Twitter, Grubb posted the following to help clear up any confusion:

    I haven’t talked about FF9 in weeks, but these rumors keep bouncing back and forth between blogs and Twitter and YouTube as if I’ve said something new or different. I just said it’s definitely real, which of course it is.

    This year, talk about the Final Fantasy IX Remake has picked up speed since Grubb’s comments. Gematsu also said it had heard similar rumors that Square Enix was indeed making the game over. Also, leaker ImAHeroToo said that the Final Fantasy IX remake might only be available on PlayStation.

    Final Fantasy IX came out in 2000 for the PSOne and was made at the same time as Final Fantasy VIII.


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