Japanese publication gamebiz has announced via a comment from the President of CyberAgent that the highly anticipated mobile game Final Fantasy VII: Ever Crisis will be released within the fiscal year by the end of September 2022. Meager news on this project has been delivered since its initial announcement over a year ago, so this updated and more specific release window timing is appreciated.
It is worth noting that this wording does not directly imply a September 2022 release, as the title can still possibly launch before then.
Thanks to Twitter user Genki_JPN for sharing this significant announcement.
While the entire story is said to be completed in 10 chapters, players can return to bosses with new party members whenever they want. It was also shared that Nomura doesn’t think that Ever Crisis will replace the experiences found in the original games. This was a chance for the development team to unify the battle system to tell the entire story in a digestible manner.
Final Fantasy VII: Ever Crisis is a retelling of the Final Fantasy VII series that incorporates all of the side-stories into one experience for mobile players. The game features chibi-like characters and a new battle system that allow players to replay all stages and gain experience and materials. The game will feature new story events not found in the original series that depict the heroes and villains of the story in younger years.
We’ll be sure to keep you updated on the development of Final Fantasy VII: Ever Crisis.
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