According to a recent interview with Yoshinori Kitase, the story of Crisis Core Final Fantasy 7 Reunion Will Have Something “Strange” which might surprise anyone who has played the FF7 remake. Kitase reiterated that the story will be about the same than that of the original title released on PSP in 2007, suggesting that players may notice something odd at some point.

Yoshinori Kitase went on to say that this new version of Crisis Core should still be considered an integral part of the Final Fantasy VII Remake project. Who came to the Final Fantasy VII Remake Credits and know very well the events of Crisis Core you might already guess what Kitase is referring to, but we avoid delving further into these statements to avoid spoilers.

We remember you Crisis Core – Final Fantasy VII – Reunion will tell a story set 7 years before the events of Final Fantasy VII, starring Zack Fair. The game will feature a slew of improvements over the original version, including improved camera and character movements, a new combat system menu-based optimized interface, new arrangements created by Takeharu Ishimoto and a full dubbing of the scenes.

Crisis Core – Final Fantasy VII – Reunion becomes available this winter for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One and PC Steam.

  • The Crisis Core remaster could add another wrinkle to the FF7 Remake trilogy (

Source: Lega Nerd

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