Square Enix has provided a brief update on the development of Final Fantasy VII Remake on PS4, confirming the highly anticipated title is reaching 'satisfactory levels' of revamping the original 1997 visuals in glorious high-definition. So, uh, when's it actually out?

A job listing (via Gematsu) on the company's website (yes, they're still hiring for the game nearly three years on from its reveal) claims however that the team 'should aim for even higher quality in order to meet the expectations of fans.'

'That said, we will tackle the production of this big title by establishing core members of various positons such as level planner, battle planner, designer, engineer, etc. including existing members of the development team. Interested applicants are expected to work as a core member,' Square Enix added.

Final Fantasy VII Remake was announced during Sony's star-studded E3 2015 press conference, although we're still no closer to finding out when we can get our hands on the game. We do know however that the team has plumped for a multi-part release instead of one massive game, so don't expect the full game to ship on one Blu-ray disc. 

Square Enix recently confirmed at a special 30th anniversary Final Fantasy event that it had redesigned Cloud's model to bring it closer to the original version of the spiky-haired protagonist. 

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