Square Enix hiring to "increase quality" of Final Fantasy VII remake

Alonzo Simpson
March 13, 2018

Each day brings us closer to the eventual announcement of a release date for the Final Fantasy VII remake, but Square Enix isn't ready to take that next step yet.

The job posting sheds light on the progress of the game. The description clarifies that the team aims to remake levels to meet fans' expectations.

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Final Fantasy VII: Remake has been in development for a while now, and the game is actually taking shape quite nicely, but the Japanese games publisher Square Enix wants to make it absolutely incredible.

A job listing (via Gematsu) on the company's website (yes, they're still hiring for the game almost three years on from its reveal) claims however that the team 'should aim for even higher quality in order to meet the expectations of fans'. The new hire will be encouraged to contribute ideas towards the characters as well as "brainstorm level designs for each location". Instead, it seems they're looking for more hands to help with development, as a new job listing is seeking new "core members" specifically for the remake. Since it's been over 20 years since the release of the original title, it isn't unusual to see developers today, including current employees at Square Enix, who know of characters such as Cloud and Sephiroth but never played Final Fantasy VII.

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