Square Enix’s hotly anticipated remake of classic RPG Final Fantasy VII is being partly developed by CyberConnect2.
The Japanese studio is best known for its Naruto-licensed fighting games, and the .Hack series, although it has previously developed a series of mobile games, including Final Fantasy VII G-Bike.
CyberConnect2 president Hiroshi Matsuyama has previously said he would like to work on the remake – before it was even announced at E3 this year.
Final Fantasy VII Remake was once again shown off at this weekend’s PlayStation Experience event. It will have a more active combat system, akin to the latest Final Fantasy games, and could potentially be episodic.