The success of Final Fantasy VII Remake
One of the most important titles in the entire video game industry is without a doubt Final Fantasy 7which tells us the adventure of Cloud, Barret, Tifa, Aerith, among other characters in their fight for prevent the end of the world and thus stop Sephirot, who has a mysterious relationship with Cloud’s past.
The title itself was a success at the time, introducing JRPGs into Western culture and thus achieving are one of the most requested genres by the gaming community. And given this, there were many who spent years asking for the remake of the seventh installment of Final Fantasy, which finally arrived in 2020.
Final Fantasy VII Remake is expanding its universe
In this way, it should be noted that, with the enormous success that the title has had, Square Enix is turning its efforts to expand its goose that lays the golden eggs, which has led to games derived from Final Fantasy VII Remake not being rare. And just under this premise, it seems that the saga will go further, since it has recently been known that three new brands have been registered in Japan: Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade, Final Bar Line, and Labyrinth Striker.
As far as Final Fantasy VII Remake: Intergrade is concerned, this is a title that is currently available on PS5 and PC (through the Epic Games Store), so it is speculated and theorized that the registration of the brand could mean its arrival on Steam or Xbox.
Regarding the other two registered names, it must be said that nothing is known at the moment, although it would not be unusual for them to be spin-offs, either for consoles or mobile phones in this universe. In fact, Bar Line could be a bit quieter, while Labyrinth Striker could be a fighting game or a musou (in analogy to Persona 5 Strikers). It is not known, all of the above is still a mere personal speculation.
In any case, we will have to be vigilant during this summer, since it may be at some event where we see Final Fantasy VII Remake announcing any project, including here its long-awaited second part.
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