Fantasy VII will soon be launched by Square Enix and we are as excited as everyone in the gaming community. It was brought to everyone’s attention that the gaming company filed for a trademark license in Japan earlier this month.
It made it confirm that Square Enix is gearing for the home release of its new game. But according to recent sources, now the game has also been registered in Europe and Canada as well.
Reports indicate that the Ever Crisis trademark was filed on January 18th in Canada and on January 19th in Europe. It confirms that the game is set for a worldwide release.
It is also being reported that the gaming studio is also working on another project which will be launched for PlayStation 5. It is the Final Fantasy VII remake
Remaking Final Fantasy VII properly is something that was always going to be very difficult to achieve. Everything considered, Square Enix did a good job with the first part, but the controversial ending is going to divide the fanbase: some will love it, some will hate it. It is undeniable, however, that the developer managed to make this feel like an epic journey just by using a small slice of the whole adventure.
The original Final Fantasy VII is now available on PC and consoles. The Remake, on the other hand, launched last year on PlayStation 4 only, and will soon be launching for PlayStation 5.