Fidelity or innovation? Tetsuya Nomura, director of Final Fantasy VII Remake, has spoken with the Japanese publication Famitsu about how the system of Matters of the game has evolved from the classical version to the current one. In fact, the explanation is very simple: without giving any example, Nomura indicates that the Matters will be the same as they have been until now.
Where do the changes lie then? It is as simple as adding some Matters and removing others, although it is not very clear which ones will be affected by this measure. For those less familiar with this mechanics, Matters are modifiers that are embedded in the pieces of equipment to unlock new capabilities. When leveling up, your bonuses also increase.
The first part of Final Fantasy VII Remake will arrive on March 3, 2020 on PS4. It is not clear how many episodes will be, so we can not say whether there will be new Matters as new episodes arrive.