Everything you need to know about ‘Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Reunion’

Square Enix has finally given fans their first glimpse of the follow up to Final Fantasy 7 Remakebut that’s not all that’s coming, as the anniversary event also revealed a full remaster of Crisis Core† Although it is called a remaster, Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Reunion almost looks like a remake. With the game ready to release sooner Final Fantasy 7 Rebirthhere’s everything you need to know about Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Reunion

When is the Crisis Core: FF7 Reunion release window?

Currently Crisis Core Reunion is slated for a winter 2022 release, although we don’t have a firm date.

Crisis Core focuses on Zack Fair, but also features such characters as Sephiroth, Cloud, Tseng, Aerith, and Tifa.Square Enix

That will most likely mean December, but there’s always a possibility that the game will be delayed, especially if Square Enix foresees a delay. Final Fantasy 7 RebirthCrisis Core is clearly intended as a stopover between remake and Rebirthso Square Enix doesn’t want too much time between the two.

What are the? Crisis Core: FF7 Reunion platforms?

Crisis Core Reunion is actually coming to almost every modern platform, with a release planned for PS5, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PC and even Nintendo Switch.

is there a Crisis Core: FF7 Reunion trailer?

Yes, Square Enix has currently released one trailer for: Crisis Core Reunion, which provides a comprehensive overview of the graphics upgrades. Everyone who played Crisis Core will know that there are essentially two different time periods in the game, and this first trailer shows off that first period, and Zack’s first look, almost completely.

What’s new and different in Crisis Core: FF7 Reunion

Crisis Core’s battles will largely remain the same, although some tweaks and adjustments will be made.Square Enix

The most obvious change for Crisis Core Reunion is the massive graphics overhaul, which makes it practically look like a new game. Crisis Core was first released on the PSP in 2007, and while it’s not a bad looking game, it was certainly limited by the platform.

A handful of other changes are also being made to the game, updating it for a modern audience and making it more in line with Final Fantasy 7 Remake† The entire game is now voiced and the lines of speech have been re-recorded with the actors in remake† According to Square Enix, much of the background music has also been re-arranged by the original composer, Takeharu Ishimoto.

According to a Square Enix press release, there will be several gameplay tweaks, although the core battles will largely remain the same. The biggest update is that “camera and character movements have been greatly improved”, but it also looks like the UI will be updated and options will be skipped.

Beyond all those changes, it doesn’t seem like it Crisis Core Reunion has “new” content, although Square Enix does not deny at this time that there will be new content.

What is the? Crisis Core: FF7 Reunion story?

Crisis Core gives a lot of insight into how Shinra, SOLDIER and The Turks work.Square Enix

Crisis Core takes place seven years before the events of FF7 when Sephiroth was still a member of SOLDIER. The main character of the game is Zack Fair, a stubborn young SOLDIER candidate who is sent to the front lines of the Shinra-Wutai War. Crisis Core provides more insight into the events that led to FF7along with the past of Sephiroth, Cloud, Tifa and Aerith.

A handful of new characters have also been introduced, such as Sephiroth’s best friends and other top-notch SOLDIERs, Genesis and Angeal. Since the game’s release, Zack has become a huge favorite character and has even been featured in other games such as World of Final Fantasy and Kingdom Hearts: Birth Through Sleep

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