Square Enix continues to excite fans with the nth straight developer insight and teaser for the anticipated sequel to Final Fantasy 7 Remake, Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth.
In a series of informative Twitter posts, the team has been methodically dropping breadcrumbs of information about the upcoming game, with the latest revelation coming from Music Supervisor, Keiji Kawamore, piquing the interest of fans worldwide.
His announcement of new music and fresh arrangements of existing tracks promises to add a whole new depth to the well-loved franchise.
Here's what Kawamori said about the new tracks for FF7 Rebirth:
The latest information is the cherry on top of everything that Square Enix has shared about FF7 Rebirth over the last week, ensuring a high degree of excitement for the upcoming PS5 sequel.
Square Enix has released varied, intriguing, and certainly provocative developer messages over the past week. The highlight of this is that the development team is finalizing a release date with hints that a big announcement is coming on June 8 at the Summer Game Fest.
From a fan perspective, reactions to the remake trilogy's soundtrack development have been mixed. Some have expressed excitement over the thought of hearing new takes on classic themes. But, others feel like the new music didn't capture the unique mood of the original Final Fantasy 7.
Regardless, Square Enix has kept the ball rolling, fostering anticipation by providing a steady stream of information about its upcoming plans for the Final Fantasy franchise as a whole.
Fans are now hoping Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth will meet its Winter 2023 launch window without compromising the franchise's high standards. In the meantime, fans can look forward to the release of Final Fantasy 16 on June 22 for the PlayStation 5.