According to Tetsuya Nomura, the creative producer of Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII Reunion, the title is more of a remaster than a remake. The combat system has been updated, but the story remains the same.

However, Square Enix showed off the gameplay of the Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII Reunion remaster at TGS 2022.

With Zack Fair in the spotlight, fans can watch the combat and graphical quality of the title, which will be released for PS5, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series, Switch and PC on December 13th.

The original game was made available for PSP in 2008 and will now reach the various platforms mentioned above. According to the publisher, the title will be of great importance for a new audience to learn about Zack's past.

In addition to knowing more about the protagonist, it is important to remember that Sephiroth and Cloud Strife are also part of the plot of Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII Reunion. Square Enix chose to bring her in now as, after the remaster's release, Final Fantasy VII Rebirth will be next to arrive.

Rebirth will be the second game in a trilogy, and the presentation trailer left many fans confused about the future of the saga. In addition, the third title is already in production.


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