Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth Has Huge Amounts Of Mini-Games, Says Director Naoki Hamaguchi

The highly awaited entry is full of interactive content.

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  • Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth will feature an “amazing amount” of mini-games, as said by the game director Naoki Hamaguchi.
  • A lot of trophies can be earned by users through the mini-games scattered around the world.
  • The RPG is set to come out on February 29, 2024, for PlayStation 5 exclusively. 

Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth has attracted many nostalgic and new players, but many users wonder whether the world is more interactive than the original. The game director, Naoki Hamaguchi, has come forward with the good news that the title features a bundle of mini-games to keep players occupied. As pointed out by the video games informer @Genki_JPN on Twitter, there is an “amazing amount” of mini-games in the wistful RPG.

Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth gameplay and many details were revealed during the Tokyo Game Show event this year. The event was held on September 24 and was streamed live by the Samsung SSD YouTube channel on the platform. The devs quenched plenty of queries that have lingered regarding the entry and confirmed that the game features quite an interactive world with compelling activities.

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While the director has refused to elaborate on the exact amount of mini-games, we know that it is much more than the original title ever featured. The director also confirmed that users who love collecting trophies will have the time of their lives. There will be a plethora of trophies scattered around the world that can be earned through mini-games.

Square Enix has also unveiled a sneak peek of Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth mini-games. The Grasslands mini-games trailer reveals a slew of side activities, like the Mog House, “Queen’s Blood” card game, Chocobo customization at the Chocobo Ranch, and much more. The trailer (1:04:08 to 1:06:50) posted below shows the mini-games that users can expect to encounter in the starting Grasslands area.

While a lot of hype surrounds the upcoming FF7 remake, the devs of the title are divided — just like some players — on whether JPRG is a derogatory term or not. Nevertheless, Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth does not require newcomers to play the first game. And its development has progressed without issues. The RPG is slated to release on February 29, 2024, for PlayStation 5 exclusively. 

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