Kingdom Hearts 3 and FFVII Remake not coming in 2017
A report from Square Enix places it for, at a minimum, the 2018 fiscal year along with Dragon Quest XI.
While there can always be progress, a report prepared by Square Enix in February, and which has now been made by international media, has located for "the fiscal year 2018 or later" the premiere of two of the most anticipated video games of court Japan from Square Enix: Kingdom Hearts 3 and Final Fantasy VII Remake; as well as Dragon Quest XI, which thus confirms its next arrival in the West.
The news comes from a presentation document of the Japanese company dated several months ago, which covers the operation of the company as well as some of its bets. For example, among the headlines left, it stands out how Square Enix intends to be able to launch two big blockbusters per year, recalling how previous courses released FF XV or Deus Ex: Mankind Divided.