Nobuo Uematsu is not working on Final Fantasy VII Remake

Expecting news on the Final Fantasy VII Remake soon? This is something you may not want to hear.

Nobuo Uematsu, famed composer for the Final Fantasy franchise, has confirmed that he’s not working on the upcoming project at all. This news comes from a tweet by Jeuxvideo.com, which roughly translates to:

“Are you working on the remake of FFVII?”

“Not at all.”

Nobuo Uematsu composed the score for the original Final Fantasy VII, as well as many other games in the franchise. Without his involvement, this raises the question of who could be re-orchestrating the score for the remake. Remember, news about the upcoming remake is due sometime this winter, so stay tuned. Until then, watch the reveal trailer below.

Thanks, Final Fantasy Union.

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Mark Sullivan

Mark is a student in Philadelphia currently working towards a B.S. in Information Science & Technology. Starting in 1998 with a hand-me-down PS1 and the demo for Spyro The Dragon (which he played COUNTLESS times), his love of gaming soon elevated when he borrowed Final Fantasy VII from a friend for the first time. Now he's an avid collector, a semi-expert trophy hunter, and an overall lover of video games. Favorite games are Final Fantasy VII (I know, deal with it), Metal Gear Solid 2, Resident Evil 4, Dark Souls, and Psychonauts, to name a few.

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