Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion Shares New Hype-Up Trailer; Resolution & Frame Rate for All Platforms Revealed

Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion Shares New Hype-Up Trailer; Resolution & Frame Rate for All Platforms Revealed

Square Enix has shared a new brief trailer for their upcoming action JRPG, Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion, highlighting how this title isn’t simply a remaster.

New arrangements by the game’s original composer, Takeharu Ishimoto, HD graphics, an updated combat system, and all-new summon cinematics are some of the features players can anticipate.

Additionally, performance details for each platform have been unveiled, viewable below:

More details about the graphical and technical settings are below:

  • PC supports additional graphical options and keyboard + mouse customization
  • PC was the most challenging platform to optimize for
  • They are not using Denuvo, but the game data is encrypted
  • Unreal Engine 4 is being used. “The reason we chose Unreal is that it supports multiple platforms and is designed for high-end game development. In addition, the original PSP version was developed in C++, when we considered porting over the source code, the fact that Unreal Engine can use C++ was another factor affecting the decision.”
  • Surround Sound was utilized for sound effects, with it focused “on players who have high-end audio setups.”

You can view the latest trailer for Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion below:

Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion is set to be a modernized retelling of the original Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII, a prequel to the game that initiated this beloved sub-franchise. Players control Zack, a hyperactive and determined SOLDIER yearning to become not only First Class, but also a hero in his own right. Combat utilizes real-time action elements alongside the innovative “Digital Mind Wave” system, used to perform special attacks called Limit Breaks and achieve other notable feats.

Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion is releasing for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam on December 13, 2022.

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