Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2 may arrive later than expected, according to an alleged stolen document. Will it be true?

That document would have been stolen from Square Enix itself, and would contain the release periods of the games being worked on. Among these, also the second part of the long-awaited remake. According to the text file that you can see in the tweet below, the game should come out in the early months of 2023. Too far to be credible?

The other titles on the list are also noteworthy:

  • FF Project Sancta (Final Fantasy XV?) - Q4 2020 - PS5, Xbox - Developed with Unreal Engine 5;
  • Dragon Quest III Remake - Q4 2022 - PS5;
  • Nier: Replicant 1.5 - Q2 2021 - PS4, Xbox One, Windows - Developed with Platinum Engine;
  • Kingdom Hearts Project OATH - Q1 2022 - PS4, Xbox One, Google Stadia - Developed with Unreal Engine 4;
  • Kingdom Hearts Untitled Project - PS5, Xbox - Developed with Unreal Engine 5;
  • Babylon's Fall - Q4 2021 - PS4, Xbox One - Developed with Platinum Engine;
  • Tomb Raider: Eclipse - 2021 - PS4, Xbox One, Windows, Stadia;
  • Traveler Project - 2021 - Nintendo Switch - Developed with Unreal Engine 4;
  • Life is Strange 3 - PS4, Xbox One, Windows - Developed with Unreal Engine 5;
  • Just Cause 5 - 2022 - PS5, Xbox, Windows - Developed with the Apex Engine;
  • Outriders - 2021 - PS4, Xbox One - PS4, Xbox One, Windows;
  • 2 new IP - no details about the release.

If this rumor were confirmed true, we would have to wait a long time before we can get our hands on the second part of the adventure of Cloud and members, but surely we will have many other titles to play.