From the return of Crisis Core to Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2, we see all the announcements from Square Enix to celebrate the game’s 25th birthday.
The twenty-five-year party of Final Fantasy VII, in fact a stream of just over ten minutes, will make a lot of talk about itself, for better or worse. Good, because within a few minutes Square Enix He made several major announcements about the Final Fantasy VII compilation – if we can still call it that – arriving between now and the end of 2023, hopefully not later. Bad, because Final Fantasy VII Remake’s controversial ending and the matte reputation of director/screenwriter Tetsuya Nomura will turn the months since Final Fantasy VII Rebirth into an endless series of debates, controversies, and squabbles. This will, in fact, be the title of the second part of the ambitious project that began years ago and which we now know is divided into three chapters. As we count the days from the alleged release date, we just have to take a look at it All that was presented during the broadcast of Final Fantasy VII’s 25th Anniversary Celebration.
Final Fantasy VII Intergrade Remake
Perhaps the weakest ad in broadcast, and in fact the first in chronological order, was one of the most predictable. Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade, which is already on PlayStation 5 and the Epic Games Store, will also actually be available on Steam starting June 17th and will be compatible with steam surface: This means that you can run it in portability, which can be an important added value for many users.
For those who don’t know what we’re talking about, Intergrade is a kind of update that improves Final Fantasy VII Remake both from a technical and content point of view, and makes it compatible with the cute DLC titled Episode interruption Which introduces Yuffie Kisaragi to the world of Remake. Almost the best bootable version on the market.
Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier
The second ad on the tour was the one that probably no one felt the need for. Final Fantasy VII The First Soldier A disappointment royal battle For iOS and Android mobile platforms that sparked more fun than controversy when it was released last year, but somehow managed to carry on with the third season that just introduced. The new update will introduce a new map, called the Midgar Plateside, a new weapon, the Serpent Launcher, as well as a new combat style that evokes the iconic mission of the mechanic. Let’s say we can go on without thinking too much.
Final Fantasy VII: Crisis Ever
‘Another possibility to remake’: With these words begins the trailer for the third game in the round, a title in developer Applibot’s work for a long time that was announced even at the beginning of 2021. Now there’s talk of closed beta testing by the end of 2022, and it’s something worth pursuing. Because he Final Fantasy VII: Crisis Ever It may be a lot less mundane than it seems. The idea is to propose, in casual and free form, the entire Final Fantasy VII collection: from Crisis Core to Advent Children, through Dirge of Cerberus and even before Crisis, which has not yet been released in the West. In this way, players will have the entire world of Final Fantasy VII in the palm of their hands and can choose which episodes to live or relive with a mixture of old school graphics and traditional gameplay with turn-based combat.
Essence of Crisis: Final Fantasy VII Reunion
The penultimate announcement of Celebration Broadcast was up in the air for several reasons, but we were glad to hear that one of Sony’s best PSP titles will hit all platforms – PlayStation, Xbox, Switch and PC – this winter. For starters, Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII, now translated as Reunion, is a prequel that tells the story of Zack Fair, the all-important soldier from Final Fantasy VII. It’s also the game that introduces controversial characters like Genesis Rhapsodos into the series’ imagination, but other than that it’s an excellent title: a third-person RPG with a hybrid combat system that blends strategy and real-time gameplay.
reunion one Modified Version From the original title dating back to 2007: It will boast new resolutions and improved materials, but we don’t yet know if there will be new content that could, perhaps, establish an important link with Remake.
Final Fantasy VII Rebirth
Celebration Broadcast’s hottest announcement, we’ve been hoping for from the start: Square Enix grounds us, revealing the first teaser for Final Fantasy VII Rebirth. For an in-depth analysis, we refer you to our dedicated special, but here we can say that there were no fight scenes in the trailer, but only cinematic and exploratory scenes which, however, confirmed the famous flashback of nibelheim And a possible interaction between the two timelines that occurred at the end of the Final Fantasy VII remake.
In fact, it’s the dialogues that suggest too much in this second part of the remake: “Is it fact? Is it fiction?” , as the trailer says at some point, and that makes us believe that the Remake trilogy evolves unexpectedly, abandoning the original palette to tell an entirely new story.
We said why triple Yoshinori Kitas Personally revealing very important information: Final Fantasy VII Remake will be a three-part project, with Rebirth to be a second with a scheduled release ofWinter 2023 Only on PlayStation 5. Don’t hold your breath, in short, cross your fingers that Square Enix delivers on its promise.