Square Enix has announced the second part of the Final Fantasy VII remake and introduced an enhanced Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII

Square Enix has announced a sequel Final Fantasy VII, subtitled Rebirth. The developers have already published a small trailer. The company also introduced an improved version Crisis Score: Final Fantasy VII.

Final Fantasy VII Rebirth will be released on PS5 this winter between 2023 and 2024. This will be the second installment in the Final Fantasy VII trilogy. That is, the release of the third part is also expected in the future.


As for the remastered Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII, it will be released later this year under the subtitle Reunion on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and Nintendo Switch. This game is a prequel to Final Fantasy VII. “This new version has improved HD graphics and updated 3D models. Full voice acting and new musical arrangements present this epic tale of battle and heroism, showing Final Fantasy VII in a whole new light. Enjoy a more beautiful and accessible Crisis Core that goes beyond a simple HD remaster”says the description.

By the way, today they have been transferred to Steam Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade.

The network has already published a comparison of images with the original.

The announcements were made in honor of the 25th anniversary of the Final Fantasy series.

As a reminder, we are currently under development. Final Fantasy XVI, whose new trailer was shown at the State of Play.

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Source: VG Times

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