Final Fantasy VII Remake Prequel Novel Coming to the West This Fall

More spin-offs for Final Fantasy VII have been teased, and at least one piece of non-gaming media is coming to the West this fall. If you want more of the remake’s story, you’re in luck.

Final Fantasy VII Remake: Traces of Two Pasts is a novel that tells the dramatic story of party members Eric Gainsborough and Tifa Lockhart. Such as Official description Recounted, the two heroines sat during the events of the remake to talk about each other’s history. Announced the manga and books section of Square Enix on Twitter The novel is finally getting an English translation, arriving on November 8. Just like the remake itself, Two Pasts has also been divided into parts: one for Ereth and one for Teva. The hardback is sold by a few different retailers for $24.99, with a cheaper digital version available at $14.99.

Of course, this is not the first part of the supplemental content for Final Fantasy VII Remake. The DLC Intergrade chapter, for example, should move fans until the next full release. As for when the next release comes out, we should hear more in 2022. Yoshinori Kitase, who directed the original Final Fantasy VII, promised “more info this year” about Remake Part 2. Any number of PlayStation State of Play Streams or that show Square Enix’s annual will provide a great place to announce the next part of the story.

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