Tetsuya Nomura, director of the projects of Kingdom Hearts III and Final Fantasy VII Remake, spoke of the development of two games over the course of an interview with the Japanese magazine Famitsu, focusing in particular on the waiting times needed before the work is completed.
Speaking of the current state of the work for Kingdom Hearts 3, the director stated that there is still much to do. Some of the worlds of this new chapter have not yet been announced and the state of development for them is in the early stages, so that they can not show them to the public at present.
As for the development of Final Fantasy VII Remake, waiting times seem to be just as long. Nomura says that the team is working constantly in the production of the game to meet the public’s expectations, and plans to share more information in this regard during the year, and show progress at a certain event.
“We’re steadily progressing on production. While we are making them, I apologize that the wait will be be a bit longer for Kingdom Hearts III and Final Fantasy VII Remake. I am very sorry, but to that degree I will make a game that will meet your expectations,” were the words of Nomura.
Unfortunately, the director insists that he still really misses the publication of the episodes of the game, and apologizes to the fans who will have to wait a bit longer for the launch of Final Fantasy VII Remake and Kingdom Hearts 3.