Final Fantasy VII Ever Crisis To Launch In September – Screen Rant

The upcoming Final Fantasy VII: Ever Crisis, which will retell the entire Final Fantasy VII saga, is set to launch sometime in late September.
A September 2022 launch window has just been confirmed for Final Fantasy VII Ever Crisis. This mobile-based spin-off of the extremely popular Final Fantasy VII was announced alongside a slew of other Final Fantasy projects last February, and will serve as a miniature re-telling of not only the beloved 1997 original, but every other game and storyline in the expanded universe known as the Compilation of Final Fantasy 7. This includes spin-off titles like Dirge of Cerberus, Crisis Core, and even the 2006 CGI feature film Advent Children – all of which built upon the story of Cloud Strife and his rag-tag collection of friends as they battled to protect their planet from threats like the unscrupulous Shinra Electric Power Company and the renegade SOLIDER Sephiroth.
Aside from retelling the entire Compilation of Final Fantasy VII in a single game, Final Fantasy VII: Ever Crisis will allow players to mix and match characters from across the saga in their own “dream team” parties to take on bosses and other challenges in a special game mode. Like plenty of other mobile games, Ever Crisis will also feature a “gacha” system that lets players unlock various weapons and alternate costumes, each with special bonuses and stats boosts. While players will likely pay for these, Final Fantasy VII: Ever Crisis director Tetsuya Nomura has assured fans that the game itself will be free-to-play and that episodes will be released piecemeal over time.
Related: What FF7: Ever Crisis Should Include From Crisis Core
Thanks to a recent CyberAgent financial report (via GameBiz), fans now have a general idea of when the first of Final Fantasy VII: Ever Crisis’s chapters will be released. As translated by Siliconera, this report states that Final Fantasy VII: Ever Crisis is launching sometime in late September, though an exact date has yet to be revealed. No further information regarding Final Fantasy VII: Ever Crisis is available at this time.
The past few years have been an exciting time for fans of Final Fantasy VII, as the first installment of the long-awaited and much-hoped-for Final Fantasy VII: Remake was finally released to great success in 2020. This first chapter in what is expected to be a larger series retold and expanded upon the original Final Fantasy VII’s early chapters in the city of Midgar. The following year, Square Enix would then release the DLC expansion FF7R EPISODE INTERmission, a Yuffie-focused side story that supposedly sets up storylines for the next proper Final Fantasy VII: Remake game. Other recent Final Fantasy VII games include the mobile-based battle royale title Final Fantasy 7: The First Soldier and a kart racer named Chocobo GP – though reception to both of these games hasn’t been as warm as that of Final Fantasy VII: Remake.
Some fans are understandably concerned that Final Fantasy VII: Ever Crisis could meet the same fate given its current status as a mobile exclusive and its microtransaction-based gacha mechanics, but there’s little denying that a retelling of the entire Final Fantasy VII storyline in a single game is an intriguing idea. Players will get to see that idea in action when Final Fantasy VII: Ever Crisis launches for Android and iOS-compatible mobile devices sometime in late September.
Next: What FF7: Ever Crisis Should Include From Dirge Of Cerberus
Source: GameBiz (via Siliconera)
J. Brodie Shirey is just a simple man trying to make his way in the universe, but aren’t we all? He currently lives in York, Pennsylvania. He is a big comic book, video game, and science fiction fan, and likes writing articles for ScreenRant or scripts for some of his crazy TV show ideas.

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