At the weekend in Japan this takes place Final Fantasy VII Remake Orchestra Concert instead of. Because Japan has not been spared the coronavirus pandemic either, it will be an online-only concert. You can buy online access to this concert in Japan for 4,500 yen. And it could also be worthwhile apart from the fantastic music. Like co-director Motomu Toriyama in one new video message announced, there will be a special supporting program. The reliable @aitaikimochi has the video with English subs Mistake.
“The concert will not only offer music from the original, but also pieces from the remake that we have specially made from scratch. I’m really looking forward to seeing how she interprets the orchestra, ”Toriyama said in the video message. And he continues: “In addition to this performance, we have also planned an additional program. There will be a few things related to Final Fantasy VII Remake that we will only reveal in this concert. I’ll be there too, so please tune in! “
Now of course we could start speculating wildly. But we don’t, we’ll leave that up to you. However, there are still a few marginal notes for classification. The official one Square Enix Music Account Twitter has been trying hard for days to draw attention to the concert. Every day there is a video message from a developer or composer, and Kitase was also there. That is quite noticeable.
And revelations during such a concert are not uncommon. In June 2017, surprise guest Tetsuya Nomura took the stage at the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra in Los Angeles and presented a brand new trailer for Kingdom Hearts 3 exclusively for the audience there at a time when it was still sensational.
The rest is up to your imagination.
The Final Fantasy VII Remake Orchestra Concert will take place on February 13 (Saturday) at 5 p.m. Japanese time. It’s only 9 a.m. for us. So best time on the weekend!
This is the state of Final Fantasy VII Remake Episode 2
It wasn’t until December that we learned that the development of the next episode of Final Fantasy VII Remake is progressing well. And that the “new world” of Final Fantasy VII has only just started with the first part. At last we were told that they wanted to surprise us! Square Enix apparently has big plans. First of all, episode 2 has to be officially presented. Because although the developers have already talked a lot about it, we haven’t seen anything to be continued yet.
In addition to episode 2, other surprises around Final Fantasy VII could also await us at the same time. In the past few weeks, Square Enix has secured trademarks around the world associated with the original. Including Ever Crisis. The German language localization of the novel Final Fantasy VII: The Kids Are Alright is also planned.
Images: Final Fantasy VII Remake, © 1997, 2020 SQUARE ENIX CO., LTD. All rights reserved. CHARACTER DESIGN: TETSUYA NOMURA / ROBERTO FERRARI. LOGO ILLUSTRATION: © 1997 YOSHITAKA AMANO