Square Enix has announced that service has officially ended for its mobile third-person shooter battle royale, Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier.
The reasoning for this shutdown likely primarily stems from a scant player base and lack of profit. Personally, I’ve seen many fans who were willing to give the game a shot had it been available on consoles and PC in addition to mobile. Still, I suppose making the title thrive on the lattermost market exclusively was of the utmost importance.
Honestly, I was never going to ever touch this game, so I don’t feel much toward this outcome, but its incredibly brief lifespan is pitiable. Alongside this announcement, a send-off image was shared, viewable below:
Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion is a modernized retelling of the original Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII, a prequel to the game that initiated this beloved sub-series. 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.
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Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion is now available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam.
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