We discovered throughout E3 simply how totally different Remaining Fantasy VII Remake’s battle system will likely be from the unique sport. We additionally discovered that Materia, the magical gems that may be slotted into tools to let characters solid spells, nonetheless performs a giant position within the sport’s battle system and it is even seen inside the character’s weapons. It seems that, whereas Materia will nonetheless be within the sport, not each single piece will make it, and a few new Materia will likely be launched.
The information comes from Japanese gaming journal Famitsu, which printed an interview with director Tetsuya Nomura final week, however put up an expanded model on-line yesterday. Within the interview, Nomura mentioned that Materia works similar to it did within the authentic, which presumably he’s speaking in regards to the means to equip it into weapons. He did additionally admit, nonetheless, that some Materia would not make sense for the brand new battle system, and a few new Materia makes a whole lot of sense for the brand new battle system.
It does, after all, stand to purpose that Materia like Enemy Away or Sneak Assault do not have a lot of a degree in a sport with out random battles. Whereas Nomura did not element which of them he was considering of, it is going to be fascinating to see what additions are made for the extra energetic battle system. Whereas summons have been confirmed for the sport, it hasn’t been made clear how precisely, because the pre-order listings for the video games present totally different summons as DLC for various paid tiers. These summons may be out there within the ultimate sport or not, however to date there hasn’t been point out of another Materia as DLC.
Remaining Fantasy VII Remake, or at the least the Midgar portion of it, will launch on PlayStation four on March 3.