Final Fantasy VII: Crisis Core Reunion announced for release in Winter 2022

It looks like 2022 is the give that keeps on giving in relation to blockbuster news in relation to future high profile video game releases. The other day Square Enix had released a reveal trailer for the upcoming Final Fantasy VII: Crisis Core video game which will be appearing on multiple game systems including the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, Nintendo Switch and Steam. Based on what we know Final Fantasy VII: Crisis Core Reunion is expected to be released sometime later this year during Winter 2022. This upcoming game is supposed to be a remastered version of the PSP classic Final Fantasy: Crisis Core from 2007 as the plot revolves the main character Zack Fair who embarks on a special mission to find a missing SOLDIER known as Genesis Rhapsodos also known as Project Genesis. Zach Fair is works for the Shinra Electric Power Company who story connects with the some of top characters from the original Final Fantasy game including Cloud Strife, Aerith, Tifa Lockheart and Sephiroth. The plot for Final Fantasy VII: Crisis Core Reunion will follow the events of the Final Fantasy VII: Remake and is remastered in high definition with voice activated dialogue which is a new feature that was not present in the original version of the game. Its nice to know that Square Enix is doing something special with Final Fantasy: VII Crisis Core considering the 15th anniversary of the game. Also, there are many casual gamers who have never played the original Final Fantasy VII: Crisis Core game because its was exclusively on the PSP. The remastered version Final Fantasy VII: Crisis Core will have more exposure to casual gamers since it will be ported for multiple game systems and the quality of the game will be some what similar to that of the Final Fantasy VII: Remake from 2020. Hopefully, we get an official release date for Final Fantasy VII: Crisis Core – Reunion within the next few weeks or so.

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