Square Enix has finally unveiled the much anticipated return of the classic JRPG, remade to fit today’s generation of gaming systems -- “Final Fantasy VII Remake.” This game is reportedly way bigger than the original title that it will not fit into one disc.

Fans of the classic 1997 PlayStation role-playing game have been teased with short videos that revealed a bit of “Final Fantasy VII Remake” for the past few years, but now, Square Enix finally decided to make the big reveal by showing a lot of detail about the game’s story, gameplay, and characters.

GameSpot noted that Square Enix expanded on the original story, so much that one Blu-ray disc won’t be enough to contain it. The report said that the game will feature gameplay content enough to span two Blu-ray discs.

Episodic content

Square Enix previously said that the whole “Final Fantasy VII Remake” game will come in multiple installments or “episodes.” And although the game is said to come in two Blu-ray discs, the game’s developers aren’t sure yet as to how many episodes the game will have.

Game director Yoshinori Kitase, speaking to journalists during a press preview, said that while he can’t reveal much about the details surrounding the game’s development, he can say that everyone involved in the game knew that it’s going to be a big project that will require a lot of content.

“To do the whole story was going to be huge,” Kitase added. “And then when we actually did start planning out the plot for the first game, it hit us again that this is going to be a huge amount of content.”

Focused on one place for now

Kitase explained that at that moment, the whole game development team decided to focus on the events that happened in Midgar, the very place that’s frequently shown in the past and recent trailers.

He added that unfortunately, he can’t say much about what happens after Midgar as the whole team is still thinking about what they will do with it.

“And unfortunately, we can't say anything more about the future games after that, because we don't know ourselves, really,” he said.

Nevertheless, two things are sure: “Final Fantasy VII Remake” is going to be one big game that’s enough to satisfy those who played the original and those who haven’t; and it will be released in March 3, 2020.

Final Fantasy 7 cast The beloved cast of "Final Fantasy 7" Photo: finalfantasy.wikia.com