It was announced back in February that Square Enix would launch two new Final Fantasy games for Android and iOS.The Final Fantasy VII: Ever Crisis release date has not been announced as of this writing. All we know so far is that it is slated to launch in 2022.
However, since that isn’t until next year, Square Enix is unlikely to announce a release date until later this year or early next year.
Our focus today will be on the latter title since most long-time Final Fantasy fans are looking forward to it most. One of the titles was a battle royale title, and the other was a more traditional RPG called Final Fantasy VII: Ever Crisis.
Essentially, if you’re on this page, you’re most interested in finding out as much as possible about Square Enix’s next game for mobile devices. Here’s everything we know about the game so far, from the release date to the game’s details. Here’s everything we know so far about Final Fantasy VII: Ever Crisis.
A role-playing game retelling all the events from the Final Fantasy VII compilation, Final Fantasy VII: Ever Crisis will receive episodic installments each month. Additionally, Advent Children, Before Crisis, Crisis Core, and Dirge of Cerberus are included as part of the Final Fantasy VII package.
The timeline will allow fans to select chapters in whatever order they’d like, serving as a great introduction to the story for beginners and offering a new way for fans to explore the tale in any order they wish.
Furthermore, players can enjoy new content beyond being able to retell the story that they are likely already familiar with. There is also a childhood story line for the characters in Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier. The Final Fantasy VII universe will be filled with plenty of new lore for the series’ ardent fans.
What is Game play?
In terms of gameplay, we should expect to create our own party of three characters, each with a full gauge so they can perform actions when they are full. This is similar to the Active Time Battle System used in the original game.
The ability to limit break will be available to each character after they have taken a certain amount of damage, which could be using abilities, magic, or a summons. Aside from that, the game features dungeons to explore and battles to engage in that are more complex than those found in Final Fantasy VII. Although Ever Crisis still uses familiar musical arrangements from the original, it sounds like quite a novel reimagining, much like Final Fantasy VII Remake.
Applibot has provided an acute, retro-styled look to the game’s overworld. This will be sure to please fans who love classic Final Fantasy VII graphics. However, the art style switches to something closer to Final Fantasy VII: Remake once the game is in battle.
Yes! When Final Fantasy VII: Ever Crisis releases it will be a free-to-play game. As reported by IGN, the game’s in-app purchases will be loot boxes that contain random weapons and costumes. Other than that, each of the chapters will be available for free.
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