Final Fantasy VII Ever Crisis PC ESRB Rating Description Revealed

Following the announcement of Final Fantasy VII Ever Crisis launching for PC via Steam at an unknown time, the ESRB rating description for said port has been unveiled.

This potentially implies that the port may release sooner than some may believe.

Final Fantasy VII: Ever Crisis is an ambitious mobile entry that coalesces the compilation of Final Fantasy VII, including the original game, Crisis CoreDirge of CerberusBefore Crisis, and even Advent Children in playable forms. The gacha comprises new outfits for the cast, adding levity and spiciness to familiar events fans are abundantly knowledgeable about.

The original Final Fantasy VII’s portrayal will feature new lines and adapt light novel material written by Nojima, such as when Tifa meets AVALANCHE in Traces of Two Pasts. When the game is out tomorrow, the entirety of the story in Midgar will be playable. Story updates are planned once a month for the three depicted games so far, with seemingly one chapter each time.

The game has achieved over six million downloads worldwide.

You can view the quoted ESRB PC rating description for Final Fantasy VII Ever Crisis below:

This is a role-playing game in which players assume the roles of mercenaries and soldiers trying to save the planet from evil. From a third-person perspective, players explore towns, interact with characters, and battle various enemies (e.g., soldiers, creatures, machines) in turn-based combat.

Players use swords, guns, magic, and melee-style attacks to kill enemies. Battles are highlighted by screen-shaking effects, cries of pain, and colorful light effects. A handful of environments depict blood-like trails (usually blue) on the ground.

Cutscenes depict further instances of violence and/or blood: a creature with cuts and red stains; dead creatures engulfed in flames; soldiers shooting at characters. Some female characters are designed with revealing outfits (e.g., deep cleavage, wet clothing that appears slightly transparent, bikinis in the battlefield). The words “jacka*s” and “bastard” appear in the game.

Final Fantasy VII Ever Crisis is available on mobile devices via iOS and Android.

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