Square Enix held a broadcast today celebrating the 25-year anniversary of the iconic Final Fantasy 7. While there were numerous announcements from the show worth paying attention to, including the second part of the Final Fantasy 7 Remake, one surprise announcement for dedicated fans was of Crisis Core -Final Fantasy 7- Reunion.
The game is a remake of the Final Fantasy 7 prequel that was originally released for the PSP. The remake includes a complete overhaul of the game’s graphics, bringing it more in line with the remake trilogy, as well as redone music that iterates on the original’s score.
The newly announced remaster also came with a trailer showing off the game’s new graphics and music in action. There are also notes throughout the trailer from the game’s story, showing its connection to the main Final Fantasy 7. The remaster also poses a great opportunity for fans who missed it on the more limited PSP to get the full story before playing through the second part of Final Fantasy 7 Remake.
Check the trailer out for yourself:
Crisis Core -Final Fantasy 7- Reunion releases this winter for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.