Final Fantasy 7 Remake Plot Hole Explained as Aerith Having Memories of Future Events

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Sq. Enix has lastly defined the logic behind what many followers take into account to be a plot gap in Ultimate Fantasy 7 Remake, justifying it by way of Aerith having obscure reminiscences of future occasions.

Ultimate Fantasy 7 Remake’s protagonist Cloud likes to maintain to himself, so when he meets Aerith and he or she already is aware of he is an ex-SOLDIER (a particular navy group) and now a mercenary, there is not any apparent means for her to know that.

It has been a hotly-contested second for years, with gamers’ strongest concept being {that a} buddy of Aerith known as Zack was additionally a SOLDIER, so she’d recognise the look, however many others nonetheless did not purchase it.

Sq. Enix has lastly weighed in by way of a tweet translated by Siliconera, and spoilers for each variations of Ultimate Fantasy 7 forward, it is simply as bizarre as the opposite meta plotlines occurring in Remake. Simply as the brand new model is altering key story moments earlier than unusual ghost monsters known as Whispers pressure them again into place, Aerith is listening to related echoes of the multiverse.

Though the pair hadn’t met till now, Aerith has obscure reminiscences of future occasions due to her multiverse self already understanding Cloud, Sq. Enix stated. When Aerith calls him a mercenary, she’s apparently doing so unintentionally as a result of she subconsciously already holds this data.

The Whispers try to undo and “right” these plot modifications from the unique sport although, because the tweet explains they sap a few of Aerith’s future reminiscences each time they contact her.

Solely time nicely inform precisely how these future reminiscences, Whispers, and multiverses play out in the remainder of Ultimate Fantasy 7 Remake’s story, which is now confirmed to be a trilogy.

Half two, formally known as Rebirth, is because of launch this winter and followers are already noticing references to the unique sport in its advertising and marketing. A prolonged trailer from Summer season Sport Fest gave followers their first correct take a look at the sport in a yr and got here on the finish of every week’s value of generally insightful however extra usually weird Q&A posts from Sq. Enix.

Ryan Dinsdale is an IGN freelance reporter. He’ll discuss The Witcher all day.

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