Crisis Core Remake

A remake of the popular PlayStation Portable game Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII is officially on the way.

Square Enix confirmed the news during its special 25th anniversary Final Fantasy VII stream. Credible leaker The Snitch first seemingly teased the remake on June 15th.

Officially titled Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion, the game is a remake of the original PSP game featuring updated 3D models, full voiceovers and new music arrangements. It will release on PlayStation 4/5, Xbox consoles, Nintendo Switch and PC this winter.

Set before the events of Final Fantasy VIICrisis Core follows SOLDIER Zack Fair as he is sent to look for missing SOLDIER Genesis Rhapsodos. Along the way, he works with his mentor, Angeal, as well as Final Fantasy VII favourites Cloud and Sephiroth. Unlike the original VIICrisis Core is an action-RPG, allowing Zack to fight enemies in real-time using his sword and various Materia-powered spells.

Crisis Core originally launched on the PSP in 2008, but was one of the titles that weren’t backward compatible on the PS Vita, and Square Enix hasn’t ever re-released it since. Therefore, the remaster is the first time the game will be available on modern systems.

In addition to the Crisis Core remake, Square Enix officially unveiled the next Final Fantasy VII Remake game, titled Final Fantasy VII RebirthZack is poised to be a major part of the Remake saga, so Crisis Core Reunion will no doubt help as a proper introduction to the character following teases in the first Remake. 

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