The Kingdom Hearts 4 expose has swelled reports of the Final Fantasy 9 remake release assoonas onceagain. It would appear that with every passing month, the Nvidia GeForce Now leakage, which hasactually been the list that simply keeps on providing, is endingupbeing more and more trustworthy. Now that anumberof Square Enix videogames that were on the list haveactually been validated, the Final Fantasy 9 remake doesn’t appear to be as extravagant a possibility as it sounded inthepast.
Will the Final Fantasy 9 remake release or not?
Revealed in mid-September last year, a GeForce Now user insomeway accessed the Nvidia’s internal database and exposed a long list of videogames that were slated to be on the streaming service. Of course, Nvidia was fast to scrub the dripped list from its database, and Ubisoft was required to get the list off Github.
A coupleof of the videogames noted sanctuary’t been brought to fulfillment with a expose or statement like “Bioshock 2024” and Tekken 8, however amongst those that haveactually been validated are Street Fighter 6, The Talos Principle 2, and Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy.
As for Square Enix videogames, though, the list appears right on the mark so far. The Chrono Cross remaster has currently been exposed and examined as Chrono Cross: The Radical Dreamers Edition. The Tactics Ogre remaster has been trademarked as Tactics Ogre Reborn in Japan. And with Square Enix unveiling Kingdom Hearts 4—among the most unlikely, shoot-for-the-stars entries on the list—now real, reports are notsurprisingly circlingaround around the other Square Enix videogames in the leakage.
Those other 2 videogames are the Final Fantasy 9 remake and the Final Fantasy Tactics remaster. It would appear that Square Enix is currently rather hectic with Kingdom Hearts 4, Final Fantasy 16, Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2, and continued online material for Final Fantasy XIV, so getting verification on either of these 2 videogames doesn’t appear mostlikely. But that barely stops the report mill from turning the crank.
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