Concept art of Final Fantasy 7 Remake is currently on display at Final Fantasy 30th Anniversary Exhibition in Japan. Images of the exhibit have been posted online.

The Final Fantasy 30th Anniversary Exhibition runs January 22 through February 28 at the the Mori Arts Center Gallery in Tokyo, and various images of Final Fantasy 7 Remake concept art adorn the walls.

It shows the recreation of the Sector 5 Church of Final Fantasy 7, according to Gematsu.

Members of the press were invited to the show ahead of the public, and the images in question were posted online by Twitter user junshen ahead of its official opening, and photographs of the concept art have appeared online.

@RedMakuzawa sorry to repost. This is the art panels shows. The 3rd photo should be the new dialogue played when you enter the room. pic.twitter.com/oSduTFJZfx

— junshen (@jsjunshen) January 20, 2018

Any clearer pic.twitter.com/dLuJv6OauK

— junshen (@jsjunshen) January 20, 2018

Little is still known regarding Final Fantasy 7 Remake other than it’s expanded and broken into multiple full game episodes.

It won’t be turn-based, with stealth and cover gameplay elements along with grenades.

The game was still a long way from release last we heard, but hopefully, more information will be provided this year. Hopefully, at E3 2018 or before.

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