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[1]. 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[2]. G-Bike ended service in late 2015[3], and their termination of involvement in the Final Fantasy VII Remake became public in 2017.[4]

They are best known as the developers of the .hack series.

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