Fans of "Final Fantasy VII Remake" and "Kingdom Hearts 3" are now waiting for the release of their favourite video games as Tetsuya Nomura, a video game designer, spilled major details about its details. The 45-year-old revealed that there are some vital progress already made and will be revealed to the public soon.

According to Kingdom Hearts Insider, in the latest issue of Famitsu, the director together with brand manager, Shinji Hashimoto, of the two much-awaited games talked about the future of the said titles. "In 2016, I think I can give a further surprise for everyone. In addition, without any fear of change, we are planning a new project and believe an announcement is possible," the Square Enix game producer said.

"KINGDOM HEARTS III and FINAL FANTASY VII Remake have entered a significant time of development, although like, every year when it is in the middle of development, PR will release information to the public," Nomura unveiled. "Such as arcades and in regards to copyrights, and with respect to what management is continuing to do, we'll try to make our content more fun."

Attack of the Fanboy added fans that they now have the reason to celebrate as they don't have to wait for that longer as the Nomura and Hashimoto uncovered "Final Fantasy VII Remake" and "Kingdom Hearts 3" are in the works. However, it has been said that upcoming RPG was already announced in progress since 2013 at Electronic Entertainment Expo press event.

It's been quite awhile gamers have been waiting to try out the action game, but it was said it would be released in 2017. "Final Fantasy VII Remake," on the other hand, will come one with several parts as the first chapter will be launched in the same year to coincide on the original game's 20th anniversary.