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Final Fantasy 7 and Kingdom Hearts 3 release

This is why many gamers were pretty damn excited when the company officially announced that they would be launching a Final Fantasy VII Remake, which would feature a slightly changed game along with updated graphics. But let's hope that Square Enix gets both games "Kingdom Hearts 3" and "Final Fantasy VII Remake" right this time.

The talks regarding "Kingdom Hearts 3's release date began when the company's investor document has been shared in NeoGaf".

It's possible at least one of the games will make it into the 2018 financial year, which runs until next April. The rumors suggest that the original release date for the game was sometime in 2017.

This would echo statements made by game director Tetsuya Nomura in January, who said back then that both projects aren't anywhere near completion.

It's more likely that the games will launch outside of this window, so it's looking like a long wait.

"There are also the annual events".

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I apologize that there's still some time before I can release them.

Also worth noting is that neither of them actually have a date next to them, whereas numerous other titles in the list have release dates (or, at least, confirmed windows).

The revamped job system also lets players strengthen the characters the way they want to, allowing them to experiment and see which paths of progression work best for them.

Kingdom Hearts is yet another entry in the extremely popular Kingdom Hearts series, coming after Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance in story terms. And if you have guessed it, both "Final Fantasy VII Remake" and "Kingdom Hearts 3" have been placed in "FY 2018 and beyond".

Finally, Nomura said that he is sorry for keeping the people waiting for the games.

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