We’re nearing three years since Final Fantasy VII Remake’s reveal at Sony’s infamous E3 2015 press conference, but as has become customary with anticipated Square Enix projects, we haven’t heard a whole lot since. We were treated to a chunk of gameplay at PlayStation Experience a few months later, but then the publisher decided to cut ties with development partner CyberConnect2 and reboot the project in-house. And it’s been pretty quiet ever since.

According to a DualShockers translation, however, producer Yoshinori Kitase has told Famitsu magazine that production is going well. Additionally, Final Fantasy brand manager (and notorious troll) Shinji Hashimoto added that he’s looking forward to providing fans with an update on all upcoming Final Fantasy games at E3 2018. He didn’t explicitly mention Final Fantasy VII Remake, though, so maybe keep your Buster Sword flaccid for the time being.

And that’s it. Development’s going well and we may learn more about the game later in the year. Please be excited, etc.

[via dualshockers.com]