Off the back of a number of trademark listings from Square Enix that went public last month relating to Final Fantasy VII Remake, the "Ever Crisis" term has now been expanded to also cover the US. It was filed six days ago and now means the trademark covers Japan, Europe, Canada, and Australia as well as America. There's no word on the other recent trademarks coming out of Square Enix ("The First Soldier" and the Shinra logo) at the time of writing.
However, there's now another trademark to go alongside those three. Now registered across Europe, the US, and Australia, "The Isle Dragon Roars" has fans speculating over whether it relates to the recent PlayStation 4 remake or upcoming Nintendo Switch title Bravely Default II. We'll have to wait and see what happens with that one.
Either way, there's a chance that Final Fantasy VII Remake news will be shared this weekend as part of a digital concert in Japan. The game's co-director Motomu Toriyama has teased a "special programme" relating to last year's remake. "There will be a few things related to Final Fantasy VII Remake that will be revealed only at this concert." However, this translation has been disputed since publication by Gematsu. The event takes place on 13th February 2021, so all will be revealed soon.
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