Final Fantasy 7 was released back in 1997 and we have the remake of the game which is going to be released in the near future. Yoshinori Kitase announced the throwback mode of the game on Saturday at the Tokyo Game Show. The remake of the old game provides gamers with an update of action RPG.
It will allow the players to switch to the classic model of the game and play the game in the same way it was released way back. They can get the original feel of the game with the drop-down menus and classic features in the originally released version of the game.
Square Enix has added this feature since they want to take care of the players who like to go with the classic version of the game without the new remake version. It stated that players who are interested in playing the game in the mode in which the Final Fantasy 7 was originally released can continue to do so.
Such players have no need to worry about the combat system and the action side of the new remake. They can simply concentrate on selecting commands from the drop-down menus and the ways just like it was back in the version of 1997.
Yoshinori Kitase took up on the stage to give a full description and presentation of the upcoming game. He also explained the combats in-game.
The game comes with three modes from the in-game options menu consisting of easy, normal and
classic mode. The classic mode is a unique additional feature that keeps the original essence of the game alive even after the release of a new version.
The game is scheduled for launch on March 3, 2020. The game will be available on the PlayStation 4.