Final Fantasy 7 Remake releases on a yet to be confirmed date on PlayStation 4.
Recruiting core members for the project!
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By establishing core members of various positions as level planners, battle planner, designer, engineer as well as existing members of the development team, all shall be working on this together to achieve the goal. The new hire will be encouraged to contribute ideas towards the characters as well as "brainstorm level designs for each location". We tell you this because Square Enix is looking for new staff to complete this long-awaited title.
According to Siliconera, the listing makes it clear that it isn't a last minute recruitment drive to deal with an escalating work load. Well, it really was the latter part of that latter half, as Vayne Carudas Solidor from Final Fantasy XII has been chosen. It appears like the designers, Square Enix is analyzing programs that implement general functions and content for this game. Since it's been over 20 years since the release of the original title, it isn't odd to see developers today, including current employees at Square Enix, who know of characters such as Cloud and Sephiroth but never played Final Fantasy VII.
Remember that Final Fantasy VII: Remake is an episodic, multi-volume game so there's no guarantee whether or not the first installment is finished, and if the team is expanding to help build the other portions of the game.