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Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII: Here’s what changes between the remaster and the original game

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Game news Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII: Here’s what changes between the remaster and the original game

This is the next Final Fantasy 7 opus planned for consoles – the Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII remaster is expected this winter and promises a modern take on Zack’s adventures. On Twitter, it’s the official Final Fantasy VII page that revealed some changes made to the original work.

Summary

  • Final Fantasy 7: 25th Anniversary Announcement Reminder
  • Crisis Core Final Fantasy 7: what are the differences between the remaster and the original?

Final Fantasy 7: 25th Anniversary Announcement Reminder

During a live organized on June 16, Square Enix celebrated the 25th anniversary of Final Fantasy VII by revealing its future plans around this episode. An event probably more than satisfying for fans since, in addition to the announcements for the mobile games Final Fantasy VII: Ever Crisis and Final Fantasy VII: First Soldier, three games have been made official by the publisher: the last two games of the Final Fantasy trilogy VII Remake, with Final Fantasy VII: Rebirth and the third chapter with an unknown name.

There was also the announcement of a Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII remaster with the release of a Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion trailer. It should be a must for anyone who wants to learn more about the history and universe of Final Fantasy 7, especially those who haven’t made the original work. The story takes place shortly before that of the main episode and will allow you to better understand FF 7: Rebirth. Especially since this remaster is expected for the end of the year (a year before Rebirth therefore) and is subject to adjustments to make it more modern.

Crisis Core Final Fantasy 7: what are the differences between the remaster and the original?

In fact, it was the official Final Fantasy 7 page on Twitter to announce the various improvements players can expect to see when Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion is released. In addition to the visual and audio revisions already observed by some, here are the other changes made by Square Enix:

  • Improved character and camera movements
  • An optimized interface
  • A new menu system for battles
  • New musical arrangements by Takeharu Ishimoto (Vagrant Story, Final Fantasy Fantasy X, Kingdom Hearts 2 …)
  • Voiceovers added to scenes that didn’t have them.

Something that looks forward to this Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion, expected this winter on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox Series, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.

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