Square Enix has postponed the release of the Final Fantasy VII remake for a month. The game was supposed to appear on March 3 for PlayStation 4, but that will now be April 10.
Yoshinori Kitase, the producer of the Final Fantasy VII remake, leaves in one statement know that his team wants to ensure that the game matches their vision and that it gets the quality that fans think he deserves.
Based on this, Square Enix has decided to postpone the release date by more than a month. Kitase apologizes for this on behalf of the development team. He says that the few extra weeks make it possible to complete the last things in order to deliver the best possible gaming experience.
The Japanese developer has been developing the remake of Final Fantasy VII for years. The game is cut into episodes, with the first part becoming available on April 10. Recently one came playable demo from the remake, where the necessary information about the game could be obtained.