Motion capture for the approaching Final Fantasy 7 Remake Component 2 has kicked off, based on tweets from people involved in the procedure.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2: Release Date
Katsuyuki Yamasaki and Haruka Shibai, the movement capture musicians of Cloud Strife and Tifa Lockhart, are currently working together as per a post by Shibai. Specifically, she talked about the struggles of working remotely on functionality throughout the coronavirus pandemic, saying she’s “impressed and grateful to the team who are making advancements.”
Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2: Updates
Square Enix formally confirmed that the evolution of Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part two kicked off, even though movement capture is presently occurring, which suggests it is not quite as far along as some may have hoped. Then again, that is just speculation on the part.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake was released only for the PS4 back in April and will stay so for 12 months, and it will release other programs (although Square Enix is keeping mother right now).