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Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 3’s Main Theme Will Be Composed By Nobuo Uematsu: ‘It’d Be My Honour’

Nobuo Uematsu has revealed during a conversation with Tetsuya Nomura Kazushige Nojima that he will composer the theme tune for the third entry in the Final Fantasy VII Remake project.

While not an official confirmation in the traditional sense, he was asked by Nomura-san if he would return for the third game, to which the composer confirmed he would do so. For those out of the loop, Uematsu composed the main theme for Final Fantasy VII Rebirth, titled No Promises To Keep.

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Here’s the conversation between them:

Since you worked on the first and second game in the series, it stands to reason that you have to come back for the third. Not that we’ve made it official yet, but I’d like to believe you’re a lock for the next title? You’ll do it, right?

Uematsu laughed at this, so Nomura prodded him further: “Again, this isn’t an official statement or offer. Just a gentleman’s agreement, maybe? You will come back for the third game, right?”

In response, the composer said, “It’d be my honour.”

Final Fantasy VII Rebirth was released for PS5 in late February 2024, and you can read our full review here. There’s no date yet for the third chapter in the Final Fantasy VII Remake project, but it’ll most likely be three to four years before it arrives based on the gap between the first two titles.

[Source – Square Enix Music Channel]