It’s unclear when FF7 Remake Part 2 will release, but with the first part only releasing a few months ago it seems all-but certain to be destined for the next-gen.
At E3 last year it was confirmed planning for FF7 Remake Part 2 had begun with director Tetsuya Nomura revealing in November that development had started.
Given that, it may be a bit too soon to showcase the first glimpse of the next Final Fantasy 7 Remake game to the world.
A more likely scenario could be a specially designed Final Fantasy demo for the PS5, akin to what Square Enix did for the PS4 reveal.
Or the Tokyo-based video game giant may decide to unveil Final Fantasy 16 to the world at today’s PlayStation 5 reveal event.
Just recently rumours had emerged that FF16 was set to be revealed this summer, according to a post by GameRant.