Square Enix released a new trailer for Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered, coming to PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and iOS/Android on August 27, 2020.
The trailer highlights environments and characters as it sets up the game’s adventure. Then, viewers get a more in-depth explanation of each character and the new features including a look at multiplayer and dungeon exploration. The trailer also details magic and thee new mimic system.
Additionally, players can for free with the Lite Edition, which allows them to play online together through three dungeons. However, if one person owns the game, the Lite players can still join them in 13 missions.
The Mimic feature allows players to take the form of various characters they meet. Throughout the game, players can acquire crystals from stamps, Moogle Houses, and high-level dungeons that allow them to change their appearance to that of their favorite Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles characters.
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered is a remastered version of the Nintendo Gameplay Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles, released in 2004. The title will add improvements to the game’s visuals and mechanics. One of which is the addition of online multiplayer that will support up to four players, in this mode, players will be able to take control of a character and roam free around the battlefield to take actions and assist the other players. Additionally, this mode will allow crossplay between platforms and will feature an optional cross-save functionality.
Other additions to this version of the game include new post-game content such as tougher bosses and new dungeons along with new skins for each of the characters. Players will be able to also enjoy new character audio as well as new theme songs.
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered tells the story of a world ruled by four races. Players will join a caravan where members of the four races join to assist a mission to save the world. This group will need to collect fragments of a Great Crystal to ward off the Miasma of a poison that has plagued the world for 1000 years. However, some events led to issues with the mission, and a bigger adventure expands from it.
You can watch the trailer below:
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