The former composer of Square Enix, Nobuo Uematsu, is returning within the company to give its help in the development of Final Fantasy VII Remake, according to what was said by the manufacturer Yoshinori Kitase.
In an interview with the producer of the Final Fantasy VII remake published in a booklet for an event that celebrated the album's publication BRA ★ BRA Final Fantasy Brass de Bravo, we talked about the music of the game. Here's his response:
I worked on numerous titles with Uematsu. I am currently working on the production of Final Fantasy VII Remake, it is from Final Fantasy X that I work directly with Uematsu. So when I went to ask Uematsu to work on the music for the remake, I thought he would have turned his back on me because he had already left Square Enix and found success.
Apparently the answer was positive, and it is good that Uematsu returns to work on Final Fantasy VII as many of his compositions are an integral part of people's memories of the original. The composer left Square Enix in the 2004 but has since created some tracks for almost all Final Fantasy games.