'Final Fantasy 7 Remake' release date rumors: Square Enix to make big announcement?

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"Final Fantasy 7 Remake" has been getting a lot of attention lately despite the company's lack of announcement with regard to its development and release date. Many "Final Fantasy" fans have been expecting the game developer, Square Enix, to provide concrete details about the upcoming remake. Nevertheless, game director Tetsuya Nomura has recently teased fans with its statement involving the title.

During his Interview with Famitsu, which was translated by KH Insider, Nomura revealed that the company is planning to host a special event to provide details about the upcoming game. He said that their plan is to make a big announcement instead of releasing bits of details every now and then.

"We are currently getting specifics ready for the next information release, and just like we've done with KH2.8 this time, we plan to bring a whole lot out in one go instead of dribs and drabs, so please look forward to it," said Nomura, who is also behind "Kingdom Hearts III" and "Final Fantasy 7 Remake." "I am looking forward to the reveals myself."

There are speculations suggesting that Square Enix will hold an event during the last quarter of this year. As of the moment, the company is focusing on the release of "Final Fantasy XV," which is set to come out on Sept. 30. After that, the company will then shift their focus on the upcoming release of "Kingdom Hearts 2.8 HD Final Chapter Prologue." The HD remastered collection of the Kingdom Hearts series will arrive during the holiday season this year.

According to industry experts, the game developer may come up with a series of "Final Fantasy 7 Remake" trailers and game details in between events. There are rumors that the company may also have an available playable demo of the highly anticipated game.

For now, fans will have to wait for Square Enix to provide concrete details about the game. Until then, all rumors and speculations must be taken with a grain of salt.