Both the Subaru BRZ and its Toyota 86 Sibling have been confirmed to have an impending second generation (well, confirmed before the pandemic), which means it's about time to start warmly saying goodbye to the current models. They deserve it, because although many will remember the sports cars for their lack of power, they should be remembered as affordable, sharp-looking, flickable sports cars with rear-wheel drive, manual transmissions, and an extremely fun chassis. As first reported by Motor1, Subaru Germany is sending the BRZ off with a limited-run Final Edition.
To start, no, the Final Edition does not have any powertrain upgrades. In Germany, the 2.0-liter remains the same at 197 horsepower and 151 lb-ft of torque. A six-speed manual is the base transmission setup, while a six-speed automatic transmission will cost an extra $1,850.
Last year, Square Enix finally announced that the Final Fantasy 7 Remake would be released in March 2020. Unfortunately, if you were looking forward to playing the game, you might be disappointed to learn that Square Enix has since announced that the game will be delayed, although not by too long.
In a post made on Twitter, the company announced that they will be delaying the release of the game from March 2020 to April 2020. Like we said, it’s not too long of a delay which means that gamers will only need to wait an extra month. According to the company, they claim that this is due to needing more time to polish up the game.
Final Fantasy VII Remake will be an exclusive to the Sony PS4. It is accepted that that is the case, but as it turns out, it isn’t necessarily 100% true. According to the box art for the upcoming game, there is mention that the exclusivity for the PS4 is a timed one and that it will run for about a year or so.
According to the label, it claims that Final Fantasy VII Remake will be a timed exclusive for the PS4 until the 3rd of March, 2021. After which, presumably the game will find its way to other platforms. However, there is no mention of which platforms the game will be available after that, although if we had to venture a guess, the Xbox will be a likely candidate and maybe the PC.
Square Enix had previously confirmed that Final Fantasy VII Remake will be released in 2020, but in case you didn’t know, the release in 2020 won’t be the full game. Instead, the release in 2020 will only cover Midgar which means that there is still plenty of the game that needs to be worked on.
Square Enix had previously stated that they were still planning on how to handle the rest of the game, and the good news is that according to a recent blog post on the company’s website, it has been revealed that Part 2 of the Final Fantasy VII Remake is already in development, although when exactly it will be released remains to be seen.
The International Olympic Committee will soon start final talks on a plan to move the marathon and race walking events of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics to the northern city of Sapporo.
Top officials from the IOC, Japan's central and Tokyo governments, and the Games' organizing committee will start their meeting at noon on Friday, the third and final day of talks on the issue.
But could there be plans to maybe approach other Final Fantasy games in a similar manner? In an interview with Japanese publication Famitsu (translated by Siliconera), Final Fantasy VII Remake’s director Yoshinori Kitase said that a Final Fantasy VIII Remake could be a possibility, although he noted that he might not necessarily be the one to do it.
According to Kitase, “If the youth that inherits the genes of Final Fantasy can step up and do it, then I’d like to see it made. For Final Fantasy VII Remake, the project started from my desire to make Final Fantasy VII with today’s technology while I’m still here at Square Enix. So I’d like to see it [Final Fantasy VIII Remake] done by the youth of Square Enix.”