Final Fantasy 7 prequel Crisis Core is getting a remake. The motion RPG was initially launched for the PSP—a tool I solely used for one bizarre Metal Gear Solid game—again in 2007. This is the primary time a model of it is going to launch for different platforms.
The new model is named Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Reunion, and its PC model will come to Steam. That’s considerably notable, as a result of Final Fantasy 7 Remake is an Epic Games Store unique—though it will not be quickly, as Square Enix additionally introduced that FF7 Remake is coming to Steam on June 17.
Regarding Crisis Core, Square Enix says that Reunion “enhances the graphics to HD and updates all of the 3D models in the game” and provides “full voiceovers” and new music.
“Enjoy a more beautiful and accessible Crisis Core, going way beyond just a simple HD remaster,” says the developer.
Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Reunion appears to be preserving the unique game’s distinctive fight system, a relic from a time within the mid-2000s when JRPG builders knew they did not wish to do strict turn-based anymore, however weren’t fairly certain what to exchange it with. The game pairs third-person motion fight with a luck-based slot machine system of all issues. It’s a largely self-contained story that the remake appears to be hewing fairly faithfully to, so I would not anticipate a lot interaction with the brand new continuity pushed by the FF7 Remake sequence.
Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Reunion does not have a selected launch date, but it surely’s coming this winter, in line with Square Enix. It was that meant the favored gift-giving time of December, however a whole lot of video games launch in February today, so it could possibly be out in early 2023.