CyberConnect2 (サイバーコネクトツー, Saibā Konekuto Tsū?) is a Japanese video game development studio based in Fukuoka. They worked on the Final Fantasy VII G-Bike mobile game released in 2015, a game based on the G Bike minigame from Final Fantasy VII. They were announced to be co-developing the Final Fantasy VII Remake with Square Enix, however Tetsuya Nomura did not like the direction of the work and Square Enix became more involved directly. G-Bike ended service in late 2015, and their termination of involvement in the Final Fantasy VII Remake became public in 2017.
They are best known as the developers of the .hack series.
- ↑ スマホ『ファイナルファンタジーVII Gバイク』2014年秋配信。ゴールドソーサーのGバイクがスマホアプリに (Accessed: April 04, 2018) at Game'sTalk.net
- ↑ 『ファイナルファンタジーVII リメイク』北瀬佳範氏＆野村哲也氏に訊く分作の意図――バトルはATBありのアクションに!?【PSX2015】 (Accessed: April 04, 2018) at Famitsu.com
- ↑ 【重要】運営サービス終了のお知らせ(12/15) (Accessed: April 04, 2018) at Square Enix Bridge
- ↑ Square Enix Moves Final Fantasy VII Remake Development In-House (Accessed: April 04, 2018) at Kotaku
- CyberConnect2 on Wikipedia.