Final Fantasy VII Remake's Battles Won't Be Command-Based, But Action-Based

We can see this with Cloud taking cover behind a box, which allows him to escape the line of fire from opposing forces.

Final Fantasy VII Remake has been in development for quite some time and Square Enix has been revealing new details about the game from time to time. Fortunately, Square Enix and Tetsuya Nomura are more than happy to update all the eagerly anticipating players and fans with the progress of the highly anticipated remake. If the latter, this again suggests that 7R will draw generously from XV's rapid-fire, always-on approach to combat.

In a new interview with the game's director Tetsuya Nomura in Dengeki PlayStation, he talks about how the battles in the game are in fact action based rather than command based. Despite this, though, Nomura has assured the fans that the "essence of the universe" of the original "Final Fantasy 7" will be very much present in its remake version.

Apart from the likelihood of maintaining the original story, it is said that it is also possible for "Final Fantasy 7 Remake" to retain the powerful spells, summons, and Limit Breaks featured in the original game as these are some of the most beloved and remembered elements by the fans.




These are the words of Nomura: "Battles are not command-based, they're action-based". Nomura detailed that this scene was meant to show off that the map will feature parts that are destructible and that the battle will be "flashy". The game is now in development for PlayStation 4 with no release date or window.

We take a look back over the years to see how the franchise has changed, with the hope of understanding how we've got the situation we find ourselves in.

Final Fantasy VII, as of this moment, is set to hit PS4, and is now still in development as we speak.

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