At the Final Fantasy VII 25th Anniversary Celebration broadcast, Square Enix announced a remaster of the PSP game Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII. Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion brings the 2007 prequel to Final Fantasy VII to all platforms this winter. It looks like a gorgeous remake with voice acting, and is due on PlayStation, Xbox, Switch, and PC this year. Watch the Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion remaster trailer below:

Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion physical release

As of now, a Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion physical release has not been announced. I assume one will happen on PlayStation and Switch at least like with Square Enix’s other Japanese games. I will update this when we do get news for a Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion remaster physical release.

Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion follows Zack Fair’s story and will unravel the stories of Cloud, Aerith, Tifa, Sephiroth, and more when it launches this winter. Check out the official website here. While Square Enix referes to this as a remaster, it definitely looks more like a remake that likely sticks to the original structure in many ways, but has visuals to match modern times.

Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion releases this winter for PS4, PS5, Xbox, Nintendo Switch, and Steam.

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