Crisis Core Final Fantasy 7 Reunion: A remake that will flatter the retina on PS5 and Xbox Series!

Crisis Core Final Fantasy 7 Reunion: A remake that will flatter the retina on PS5 and Xbox Series!

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Game News Crisis Core Final Fantasy 7 Reunion: A remake that will flatter the retina on PS5 and Xbox Series!

Unveiled during a presentation celebrating the 25th anniversary of Final Fantasy VII last June, Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII Reunion is announced as a remake of the opus released on PSP in 2008. While a beginning of comparison between the two versions seems inevitable, the promise of an optimal graphic rendering is also there.

A first comparison

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Since Square Enix’s announcements, many questions have arisen around the projects mentioned around Final Fantasy VII. Some of them have already been able to find answers and in particular with regard to Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion.

Starting with the official page of Final Fantasy VII on Twitter which has just unveiled some tweaks and other improvements planned for the remake of its spin-off centered on the character of Zack. Indeed, in comparison with the version on PSP of 2008, Square Enix promises an optimized interface, a new menu system for battles, improved character movements and the camerawithout forgetting new musical arrangements and dubbing in VO for scenes that did not yet have it. It is also possible to find details concerning this information, and even much more, on our article dedicated to the interview of the developers Tetsuya Nomura and Yoshinori Kitase.

A remake at the height of the new generation

In the process, it is via a complete article on IGN that Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion is revealed more, and as confirmed by the second part of the Nibellion tweet below.

New details on Crisis Core Reunion:

  • Fully vocalized and newly arranged OST
  • New gameplay changes (group attacks, Limit Breaks still accessible)
  • Running on UE4, with PC aiming for 120 FPS and PS5 & XSX/S aiming for 60 FPS.
  • True to the original

By focusing on the graphic aspect this time, we learn that the game will run on Unreal Engine 4just like the first part of Final Fantasy VII Remake released in April 2020. In addition, the lucky owners of a new generation console, namely the PlayStation 5 from Sony or the Xbox Series X/S from Microsoft, will be able to take their eyes off it thanks to a frame rate per second based on 60 FPS. And for gamers with a sufficiently capable PC, this same frame rate can go up to 120 FPS.

To note that Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion is coming this winter to PC, PlayStation 5, Playstation 4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. So we just have to wait a few more months.

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