Nobuo Uematsu confirmed for Final Fantasy VII Remake

The producer of Final Fantasy VII Remake, Yoshinori Kitase, has confirmed in an interview with a Japanese magazine that legendary composer Nobuo Uematsu will be at the reigns to produce the score. Tweets by aibo, reported by Miraculous Maku, provided the news earlier today.

This seems like the most logical outcome, with Uematsu composing for the original game back in the 90s, and ensuring the integrity of the score in the remake.

Let us know how you feel about the news in the comments below.

Edit: A previous version of this article reported that Miraculous Maku translated the post. However, this is incorrect and was actually summarized by him after asking aibo what the magazine had said.

Posted on May 13, 2018 by Mathew Gallagher. Last modified on May 13, 2018.

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Mathew Gallagher is a Sound Design graduate from the UK. During his degree, Mathew studied the latest in game audio techniques, including VR and Dolby Atmos. When not gouging out on JRPGs or racing games, you can find him listening to all sorts of soundtracks or retweeting game news. He's currently learning how to play violin, but it's safe to say his guitar playing is the better of his musical talents.

3 Responses to Nobuo Uematsu confirmed for Final Fantasy VII Remake

  1. Kapik says:


  2. This makes me incredibly happy! I can’t wait to hear his new approach to things and see what he’ll do! The legend is back!

  3. Holliana says:

    All I wanted was for the score to be by nobuo. I don’t even care about how the rest of the game is!!! Yay

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