Final Fantasy VII Rebirth will bring major modifications for Red XIII after Cosmo Canyon
Final Fantasy VII Rebirth will tell certain of the most significant aspects of the original tale including the story and the story of Red XIII. People who have played the original are aware the fact that Red XIII goes through quite the entire arc that is Cosmo Canyon and that might be affecting gameplay. This time, however.
Director of Rebirth Naoki Hamaguchi discussed the significance of the characters in an interview in an interview with Screen Rant prior to dropping one tiny hint. It appears that, following the events in Cosmo Canyon, Red XIII will take on the real name Nanaki and also shakes the other quests.
“A fun little tidbit that I wanted to share about that is in the original, you may remember that Red XIII, if you go to Cosmo Canyon, once you go there, his personality changes a bit” Hamaguchi has revealed. “And because his character alters, we’ve created so that every quest are a bit different in the game. It have the appearance of a Red XIII and a Nanaki version.
Therefore, for players it provides the options for all of them.” It’ll be interesting to find out what Final Fantasy VII Rebirth differentiates Red XIII and Nanaki. If you haven’t yet played the first game, Cosmo Canyon is where Red XIII grew up. In the absence of spoilers The visit bolsters Nanaki’s determination, and he’s stronger than ever before to aid Cloud.
The gameplay wasn’t changed substantially in the game. Therefore, the fact that quests are set for Red XIII/Nanaki’s early and post-character evolution is intriguing at best. So long as it follows exactly the same drums that the first did, gamers will accept the slight changes that were made in the game.
Many changes are being teased in Final Fantasy VII Rebirth, especially considering that Cloud and Co. beat Whispers, a canon-keeping creature during the game’s last one. Since Zack as well being alive as well as an improved Gold Saucer in which to use, the improvements should pay off.