Director of Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth refers to his cat’s absence in future games, suggesting it has passed away in the Remake

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Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth will not include one feline from Remake – since it possibly passed away.

GamesRadar+ just recently spoke with co-director Naoki Hamaguchi as component of our considerable Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth interview. Hamaguchi was rather tight-lipped on what to anticipate from Rebirth and its ultimate follow up, however he did validate that his feline would not be returning for the center component of the remake trilogy.

That’s right: Hamaguchi’s feline in fact made it right into Final Fantasy 7 Remake, as one of the 3 felines that Wedge cares for. The co-director’s feline is called Musashi, however sadly inadequate Musashi will not be making a grand return for Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth following year.

“This is only in my head canon here,” Hamaguchi stated of Musashi, “but personally I’d like to think that he was caught up in the Sector 7 plate fall with Jessie and that lot – he’s probably not gonna turn up!” Rebirth’s co-director assumes his very own feline is possibly dead, after that, squashed under the weight of the Sector 7 plate.

Well, that’s a dark turn of occasions for Wedge’s felines. In the years considering that Remake released in 2020, there’s been a great deal of discussion over whether Biggs and Jessie made it through the Sector 7 plate autumn, many thanks to one especially teasing scene – however one point followers virtually all settle on is that Wedge is regretfully dead and gone.

Elsewhere in our huge meeting, Hamaguchi and manufacturer Yoshinori Kitase exposed that Rebirth’s story won’t “go wildly out” from the original, and will certainly still connect back to Advent Children at the end of the remake trilogy. Good information for those that enjoyed the whacky occasions of the follow up motion picture. 

You can likewise review our massive Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth preview for our hands-on perceptions of the expected follow up. 



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