Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Reunion is an action RPG developed and published by Square Enix.
It is an HD remaster of the PSP title Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7, which was a prequel to the original Final Fantasy 7.
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The remaster is available for Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4, and PS5 with revamped visuals and improvements.
A touching reunion.
The remaster of the 2007 PSP classic is out on December 13th for Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5, PC, and Nintendo Switch.
The upcoming remaster will feature 51 Trophies, including the Platinum, though the exact values of the Trophies are currently unknown.
The Nintendo Switch version runs at 720p/30 FPS in docked and handheld modes. The PC version supports up to 120 FPS and has various options.
A new batch of screenshots showcases the upcoming remaster's combat, various characters and locations, and more.
The remaster will be available for Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5, PC, and Nintendo Switch. A new trailer showcases vastly improved visuals.
Live streams for Star Ocean: The Divine Force, the SaGa Series, Valkyrie Elysium, Harvestella, and more are also confirmed.
The HD remaster could receive a release date soon. It's currently slated for Winter on Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PC, PS4, PS5, and Nintendo Switch.
Spin-offs like Dirge of Cerberus won't receive the same remaster treatment but "some characters" may appear in the Remake saga.
Producer Yoshinori Kitase says it's "still positioned" as an expansion on the original FF7 story, and the team doesn't "want to stray too far from that."
Limit Breaks are no longer tied to the Digital Mind Wave system, though other elements like leveling up are still randomized.
The remaster's PC version will target a 120 FPS frame rate. There's no word on what to expect from the Nintendo Switch version.
Square Enix has released some more minor details about the upcoming Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Renunion, including the fact that it features new background music.
A new video comparing the original Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 with its upcoming remastered showcases impressive visual upgrades.
Coming to Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5, PC and Nintendo Switch, it has updated 3D models, full voice-overs and new music arrangements.
Reliable leaker The Snitch tweets an image hinting at the same while also indicating a release for Xbox, Nintendo Switch, PC, and PlayStation.