The Japanese company shares its plans at an investor meeting, which is about to announce new video games in the coming months.

This is the summer of surprises. Without an E3 2020 in which to condense the bulk of the announcements, the companies have dedicated themselves to presenting their novelties both in their own events and in the alternatives that have emerged almost spontaneously. Square Enix, the developer behind Final Fantasy VII Remake, still has a lot to say. At least, that is glimpsed in the information that Nibel collects, which indicates that the company plans to show its new productions between July and August.

This has been revealed in an investors meeting that has taken place within the company. However, and to no one’s surprise, none of the titles that will be unveiled in a few weeks has been specified. For now, Square Enix is ​​working on productions known as Kingdom Hearts: Melodies of Memories, Babylon’s Fall (along with PlatinumGames), Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2 or the highly anticipated Project Athia, intended for the new generation of consoles and shown for the first time at the PlayStation 5 event.

What about Final Fantasy XVI?

What has not yet been announced is Final Fantasy XVI, a video game that is in many pools, since it has been almost 4 years since the fifteenth installment went on sale. Naoki Yoshida, director of Final Fantasy XIV, also denied a rumor that placed him in the director’s chair of the new main installment of the saga. In any case, we will have to wait to see what they have behind the scenes. Neither smaller games nor products intended for the mobile phone market can be ruled out.

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About Final Fantasy VII Remake, co-director Naoki Hamaguchi recently chatted about the summons creation process. Unlike the original game, in this reimagined version the concept varied: they wanted me to fight side by side with the rest of the group. Of course, the initial idea had to be refined for different reasons. We recommend you go through this news if you want to know a little more about the matter.

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