Final Fantasy VII Remake's Cloud character design has changed

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Final Fantasy VII Remake lead developer Naoki Hamaguchi said that this new design was finally approved by director Tetsuya Nomura.

Furthermore, the developer noted that it is aware of the stuttering issue in the game benchmark tool and will be resolved in the final release.

Towards the end of last week Square Enix made a new gaming benchmark available.

The Mobius Final Fantasy event will use in-game assets from the PlayStation 4 remake including Cloud's model.

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While there aren't any images for us to look at, as the screenshots were shown exclusively for those who attended the event, fans were able to share some details from the talk event along with what they saw from the screenshots. The information was acquired from attendees of the 30th Anniversary Exhibition of the Final Fantasy series in Mori Arts Center Gallery in Roppongi Hills, Tokyo.

The fact that has caught the attention the most is that the game's protagonist Cloud has a different appearance in those screenshots from the design we had seen in previous trailers.

The resulting new look is described as being more mature, though both men did concede that Cloud's youthful side will be on full display throughout the game, too. If they're to be believed, the images showed off Cloud and other members of Avalanche. There aren't any plans to release them online for a while, but we do have some impressions from a few Twitter uers who were lucky enough to catch a glimpse. Square Enix said that the screenshots will not be made public for a while, probably not until the event ends on February 28.

"The scale of development for a PS4 title is significantly larger compared to mobile titles, so it will take a little while longer to showcase the game to everyone", said the remake's Producer Yoshinori Kitase.

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