Tetsuya Nomura’s recent interview with Famitsu revealed some interesting tidbits about Final Fantasy VII Remake’s quests. According to Nomura, side-quests are “made exactly the same way” as main quests. Here’s the excerpts from the interview:

“The sub-quests have been made in exactly the same way as the main story quests,” Nomura said. “Initially, the development team also wanted to create a large volume of content, but it was not possible to do all of it, so we are doing as much as we can while maintaining the quality.”

“So it’s as much as you can manage while maintaining quality?” Famitsu asked Nomura.

“Yes,” Nomura said. “There was even more, but I thought that volume of content would never be finished.”

This strikes a balance between the main story and side-quests while preserving the high standard Final Fantasy VII Remake sets. Final Fantasy VII Remake releases for PS4 on April 10th worldwide. Stay tuned at Final Weapon for the latest Japanese gaming news!

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