Final Fantasy VII Remake team expands to boost game quality

  • Final Fantasy VII Remake team expands to boost game quality

Final Fantasy VII Remake team expands to boost game quality

Square Enix has revealed that Vayne Solidor, the main villain from Final Fantasy XII, will be joining the playable roster in April.

The job posting sheds light on the progress of the game. Employees that sign on for the remake also have a chance to become a regular part of the company once the remake is shipped, though they'll always have the ability to say they worked on Final Fantasy VII.

Final Fantasy VII Remake does not yet have a release date. Instead, the new addition will work on various levels in the game and generate ideas for how to utilize characters within them.

The ad was spotted by Siliconera, and it looks like Square Enix wants to increase the size of the core dev team to "meet fan expectations" and "increase quality".

By establishing core members of various positions as level planners, battle planner, designer, engineer as well as existing members of the development team, all shall be working on this together to achieve the goal.

Very recently, a job listing for the upcoming Final Fantasy 7 Remake surfaced and because of that, we were able to pluck out some details regarding the development update of the game.

Looking for new level planners is not a last-minute replacement, Square Enix adds.

Final Fantasy VII Remake is in development for PlayStation 4.

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.