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May 29, 2017
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Sorry, fans. It’s confirmed that our video-game favorites, Cloud, Sora, and company, won’t be back any time soon.

During Square Enix's recently concluded annual Financial Results Briefing, the company listed Final Fantasy VII Remake and Kingdom Hearts III as “fiscal 2018 and beyond releases.”

While there’s no exact date as to when the games will be available, the company’s CEO, Yosuke Matsuda, revealed that the much-awaited return might happen “in about the next three years,” with remake director Tetsuya Nomura saying both “still have a long way to go.”

The team is “urgently” seeking people to help them out with the Final Fantasy VII Remake; recruitment letters are even posted on Square Enix' official site in case you’re interested.

The role-playing game enterprise first announced the Kingdom Hearts III game in 2013, and the Final Fantasy VII Remake two years later. Their official Twitter accounts even revealed screenshots earlier this year.

 

But apart from these updates and trailers, the company hasn't released much info on the RPGs yet.

Final Fantasy VII Remake

Kingdom Hearts III

 

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