Square Enix reveals Final Fantasy VII Battle Royale and mobile game
Square Enix finally delivered the long-awaited and requested remake of Final Fantasy VII. Each main entry in the sprawling franchise has its own army of loyal followers but few match up to the fervor of 7’s fans. Naturally, Square Enix remains fully aware of the strong following behind the PlayStation hit. Subsequently, FF7 fans have a lot to look forward to in the coming months. Square Enix officially announced a Final Fantasy VII battle royale, a mobile title, and more FF7 remake.
BATTLE ROYALE: A FINAL FANTASY FIRST
Final Fantasy VII: The First soldier serves as a prequel battle royale set 30 years before the first game. The short reveal video featured motorcycles and Chocobos as mounts. The game will also feature both gunfights, magic, and close-quarters combat. Summons appear to be part of the game but no actual details have been announced so far. First Soldier launches in 2021 worldwide for iOS and Android.
FF7 INSIDE THE MOBILE SPACE
One Battle Royale isn’t the only thing heading to the mobile platform. Square Enix revealed an episodic single-player FF7 RPG for iOS and Android. The game will cover the entirety of the FF7 timeline including Advent Children, Before Crisis, Crisis Core, and Dirge of Cerberus. Ever Crisis boasts a tasteful updated PlayStation 1 polygonal style. The game is slated for a 2022 release on both IOS and Android.
REVISITING THE REMAKE
Accompanying the mobile games’ announcement was the colorful trailer for Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade. The graphically marvelous remake heads to the PlayStation 5 platform along with exciting updates. Intergrade features visual upgrades, a new Photo Mode, and a brand new episode featuring FF7 party-mainstay Yuffie Kisaragi. Intergrade launches on June 10, 2021, worldwide.
There’s certainly no shortage of great FF7 content for the next two years. Undoubtedly, FF7 fans are abuzz with excitement at the prospect of new adventures in the beloved world of 7. Cloud Strife and his constant troubles won’t be going away anytime soon.