Final Fantasy VII Remake team hiring for 'core members'

Final Fantasy VII Remake Dev Hiring

Square Enix's update for the massive Final Fantasy game that was previewed leading up to this release has now been made available on all platforms. The reason for the hiring is to increase the game quality of the upcoming remake.

Remember that Final Fantasy VII: Remake is an episodic, multi-volume game so there's no guarantee whether or not the first installment is finished, and if the team is expanding to help build the other portions of the game. At the moment, though, fans will have to wait for additional info.

If you are curious as to what is going on right now regarding Square Enix and the remake that is Final Fantasy VII, a job listing has been found detailing the position of a level planner. The more people the studio gets to hire in the team, the more fresh ideas can be contributed for the remake's benefit.

"So we will work on the creation of this big title by setting up core members of various professions such as level planner, battle planner, designer, engineer, including existing members in the production of FF VII REMAKE". Specifically, the fans can expect Cloud to sport a dorky appearance and less mature attitude, in contrast with his jock persona as depicted in the previous "Final Fantasy 7" cartoon adaptations.

The words used in the listing still hint at a development process in its early phases, which is quite hard to comprehend if you consider that the game has been announced at E3 2015. The remastered version could be ready in another three years if the latest reports are anything to go by.

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