Off the again of a number of trademark listings from Square Enix that went public last month referring to Final Fantasy VII Remake, the “Ever Disaster” time period has now been expanded to also cover the US. It was filed six days in the past and now means the trademark covers Japan, Europe, Canada, and Australia in addition to America. There isn’t any phrase on the opposite latest emblems popping out of Sq. Enix (“The First Soldier” and the Shinra emblem) on the time of writing.
Nonetheless, there’s now one other trademark to go alongside these three. Now registered throughout Europe, the US, and Australia, “The Isle Dragon Roars” has followers speculating over whether or not it pertains to the latest PlayStation four remake or upcoming Nintendo Change title Bravely Default II. We’ll have to attend and see what occurs with that one.
Both method, there’s an opportunity that Final Fantasy VII Remake news will be shared this weekend as a part of a digital live performance in Japan. The sport’s co-director Motomu Toriyama has teased a “particular programme” referring to final yr’s remake. “There might be a number of issues associated to Remaining Fantasy VII Remake that might be revealed solely at this live performance.” Nonetheless, this translation has been disputed since publication by Gematsu. The occasion takes place on 13th February 2021, so all might be revealed quickly.
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