‘Inside Final Fantasy VII Remake’ developer diary – Episode 5: Graphics and Visual Effects

A deep dive into the game's visual design.

Final Fantasy VII Remake

Square Enix has released the fifth episode in its “Inside Final Fantasy VII Remake” multi-part series featuring interviews with the key staff behind Final Fantasy VII Remake.

This fifth video highlights the visual design of Final Fantasy VII Remake and features interviews with producer Yoshinori Kitase, director and concept designer Tetsuya Nomura, game design and programming co-director Naoki Hamaguchi, character modelling director Masaaki Kazeno, lead animator Hiroyuki Nagatsuka, and battle animation director Hiroyuki Yamaji.

If you missed the previous three episodes, watch episode one here, episode two here, episode three here, and episode four here.

Final Fantasy VII Remake launched for PlayStation 4 on April 10 worldwide. A demo is also available via the PlayStation Store. Read more about the game here, here, here, here, here, here, and here.

Watch the video below.

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