Square Enix is finally opening up about Final Fantasy 7's remake. If you were expecting simply the same old game with a higher resolution, think again.

As it turns out, Square Enix is making sweeping changes to the PSOne classic. Here's a run-down of the biggest differences between the remake and the original version.

Episodic Structure
Rather than releasing the Final Fantasy 7 remake all at once, Square Enix says the revised game is "a multi-part series, with each entry providing its own unique experience." They explained that breaking the game into episodes is necessary because of how large it is.

It's unclear how many parts the game will be divided into, or how much each part will cost. It's possible the full game could end up being more than the standard $60 as a result of this structure. The bright side of an episodic schedule, though, is that it allows Square Enix to release the first part much quicker.

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