In addition, the Square Enix game will have an improved camera, an optimized interface and musical arrangements.
Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion is coming this winter to PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch with a remastering of the PSP classic published by Square Enix and, beyond your announcement trailer, we have confirmation of more news.
In a message shared on the account of Twitter official version of Final Fantasy VII some of them are detailed, the most striking being the fact that it will have a new menu-driven battle system Of which we will surely know more in the months that remain until the launch.
Along with that, those responsible for the game can confirm that, as part of the remastering, improved camera and character movementsin addition to having implemented a fully optimized user interface for new platforms.
Takeharu Ishimoto will make musical arrangementsOn the other hand, Takeharu Ishimoto, composer of the original soundtrack, returns to the Square Enix title to carry out musical arrangements of various themesand for the sequences that didn’t have voices before, there’s also good news, as they will now (previously they were only shown in text).
The title stars Zack, one of the most beloved characters in the world of Final Fantasy VII, and his action takes place just before the events of the Squaresoft classic. Beyond the obvious graphic differences between the original PSP game and this remastering, at 3DJuegos we recommend you play Crisis Core Reunion for fully understand the story of Final Fantasy VII. At least, for our colleague Adrián Suárez, an expert in the field, it is absolutely mandatory.
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