The 'Final Fantasy VII' remake could get a side story game.
The game's director Tetsuya Nomura has held meetings with the team behind the reboot of the popular role-playing title to consider releasing a 'FFVII Compilation', though they are not sure what title to go with yet.
Speaking at a conference for the Switch port of 'The World Ends With You', Nomura said: "Not everyone may know this, but I'm remaking 'Final Fantasy VII'.
"Right now I'm concentrating on 'Kingdom Hearts III', but when that's finished, VII will be where I head next. I'm thinking about ideas regarding the remake's release - I even spoke to producer Kitase about it today. All of us old-timers are considering various developments in regards to what accompanies the remake. Like if we can manage to do something about the Compilation [of 'Final Fantasy VII'] titles too. "But for the time being, please wait for VII's turn to come."
The 'FFVII Compilation' was comprised of different genres released by Square Enix throughout the 2000s.
Meanwhile, 'FFVII' is set to be released on the PlayStation Classic.
The tech giant announced that it will start selling the miniaturised throwback console on December 3, which will mark the 24th anniversary of the PlayStation's release, and now they've unleashed the full list of 20 games it will feature.
The console will come pre-loaded with titles, including fan-favourites including 'Jumping Flash', 'Ridge Racer Type 4', 'Tekken 3', and 'Wild Arms'.