While the world waits for the reveal of Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2, Square Enix has been plunging profound into its archive to showcase some of the work that went into the first part. Its Twitter page has become a treasure store of concept art showcasing each and every area of the game. The latest is Aerith's house, a location players don't spend a lot of time in and perhaps didn't get a chance to appreciate.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake has been a massive success for Square Enix. Fans waited decades for the since a long time ago supposed remake and seemed just too happy by they way it was adapted. The PS5 upgrade that released last year, named Final Fantasy 7 Remake Integrade, came with further developed visuals and frame rate, a photo mode, and DualSense haptic feedback integration. This carried significantly more players into the universe of Final Fantasy, especially as it finally acquainted fan-favorite character Yuffie with the blend. One new episode in the game is given to the Wutai ninja as she works with Avalanche to steal materia from Shinra.
This Final Fantasy 7 Remake concept art shows off the design of Aerith's house, most specifically the second floor (with bedrooms), as well as the rooftop. This art reveals somewhat of an Easter egg for anyone who's played the original Final Fantasy 7, as the blue and yellow pattern floor covering is straightforwardly inspired by the original. Players just see it for a glimpse after Cloud wakes up in Aerith's bed, a real squint and miss it second, so it's great to see this attention to detail.Another piece of concept art Square Enix as of late released shows off the Shin-Ra Building located on Zeroth Avenue. This metal structure is based on a battleship scaffold and comes in at 70 floors-which is the reason our heroes were so gasping for air attempting to climb them all.
It's really great to be able to see all the work that went into creating (or rather, rethinking) the game, and hopefully it will hold individuals over while they wait for any and all news of Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2.
Of course, some fans are still waiting to play it at all. There's still no word on just when Final Fantasy 7 is coming to Xbox consoles, since the exclusivity agreement with PlayStation came to an end last year. Throughout the last a few years Square Enix has placed and taken out a significant part of the Final Fantasy catalog on Xbox Game Pass, so it seems like it would be a natural fit for Xbox's massively popular service, however there's no word on it just yet.