Many were waiting for the revelation Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2 (what or what It came with a nice trailer, including), but Square Enix He also had more plans up his sleeve this Thursday night (16). The publisher has announced the modified version of Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII, RPG Originally released in 2007 for PSP. The new version will come to PS5And the PS4Switch, PC, Xbox Series and Xbox One This summer (between 2022 and 2023).
Publicity came through Live Streaming Celebrating 25 Years of FF VII on PS1. In the trailer, protagonist Zack Fair can be seen on his journey to become a first class warrior for Shinra Inc. There was also room for Erith Gainsborough to show off her charms in the video. Watch:
Amidst the announcements, some confusion occurred in the community. So let’s make it clear: Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII – Reunion will arrive this winter in the Northern Hemisphere, which means our next summer, between December 2022 and March 2023. The Final Fantasy VII “Next Winter” (Northern Hemisphere) reboot is coming , that is, in the Brazilian summer, which begins in December 2023 and ends in March 2024.
Note: Square Enix treats “this winter” (Northern Hemisphere) as the next winter that begins in late December 2023 and ends in March. The “next winter” is the period between the end of December 2023 and March 2024. Confusing, isn’t it?
Crisis Center: The Original Final Fantasy VII Story
In the original story of Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII, Zack is tasked with searching for the lost “soldier”, Genesis Rhapsodos. While investigating his whereabouts, the character ends up discovering “Project G”, associated with two other upper-class “soldiers”: the fearsome Sephiroth and Angel Hewley.
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