at Twitter Square Enix has once again given an overview of how Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion differs from its WBS template. Square Enix continues to call the game a remaster, but quite a few feel it could also be called a remake. But those are terms.
There are a number of new features and improvements, including optimized camera work and improved character movements. The user interface has been improved and there is a brand new voice acting where there used to be only texts.
But Square Enix is also revamping the combat system, and that’s quite a surprise. The new system is now “menu-based”. Crisis Core originally relied on a real-time action combat system. Square Enix still owes us details about the new combat system.
In a split second, the first trailer already hints at these changes. For a very short time we see something like a menu selection with various spells and commands that can apparently be activated using the directional keys.
At first glance, nothing more than a quick selection that can possibly be assigned differently, but that’s just speculation. Square Enix might want to play a little like Final Fantasy VII Remake here.
In addition, the character models have been completely revised and of course the environment graphics. There are already some great graphics comparisons, you can find them here. Last but not least, new arrangements by Takeharu Ishimoto await us.
Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion is a true remaster that follows the story of the original: Zack Fair’s mission to find the missing soldier Genesis Rhapsodos. Of course, veteran Final Fantasy VII fans don’t need to introduce the invaluable Mr. Fair, but new players may be wondering: who is this black-haired fellow – and why is he holding that sword we know so well?
Zack Fair is a second class SOLDIER working for the Shinra Electric Power Company. And a crucial character within the FF7 mythos. His story is closely intertwined with the fates of Cloud, Aerith, Tifa, and Sephiroth.
Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion is slated for release this winter for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, Nintendo Switch, and PC Steam. In this country there will be a special retailer-exclusive version of the game.
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