This Final Fantasy 7 game is coming to Xbox | GameSpot News

The sequel to Final Fantasy Remake is revealed and even gets a release window.

Yesterday, Square Enix held a livestream for the 25th anniversary of Final Fantasy VII. During the stream, Square announced the return of Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII, which will be ported/remastered and launched this winter on all consoles and PC.

The sequel to Final Fantasy Remake is revealed and even gets a release window.

Yesterday, Square Enix held a livestream for the 25th anniversary of Final Fantasy VII. During the stream, Square announced the return of Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII, which will be ported/remastered and launched this winter on all consoles and PC.

Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII is an action RPG and prequel to the original FFVII release. The game follows Zack Fair – best friend of FFVII protagonist Cloud Strife – during his time as a mercenary for the Shinra Electric Power Company.

This remaster marks the first time in 14 years that Crisis Core can be played on modern platforms, as there have been no other ports of the game since its original launch for the Sony PSP in March 2008.

Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Remastered launches this winter on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, and PC.

So if the FF7 prequel is coming to Xbox, that must mean Remake is coming to Xbox too, right? Well, not exactly. Unfortunately, there was still no mention of the game coming to Microsoft consoles. Instead, Square announced that PC players will be able to purchase Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade via Steam starting June 17. And for those lucky enough to own a Steam Deck, you’ll be happy to know that that Intergrade has been verified.

This isn’t the first time FFVII Remake Intergrade is no longer a PlayStation exclusive. FFVII Remake Intergrade was a PlayStation exclusive about six months after launch, but arrived in the Epic Games storefront in December 2021.

But if you’re like me and have already beaten Remake, then you might be more interested in part 2 than going to a new store to buy part 1.

Thankfully, the sequel came out and it’s called Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth instead of Remake part 2. Square also noted that this is the second in a trilogy, marking our first official understanding of how many parts this new FF7 series will be.

The trailer explored the cliffhanger that the first game left behind, with several characters exploring what it means now that fate has seemingly changed. Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth is coming to PlayStation 5 next winter, and I’m starting to feel so invested that I might start playing the original before it comes out.

But if I don’t play it soon, it may be because Nintendo has confirmed Pokemon Snap will be added to Switch Online and Expansion Pack on June 24. Originally released on N64 in 1999, Pokemon Snap was a departure from the usual RPGs in the series, as players were tasked with capturing Pokemon on film, not PokeBalls.

Last year, New Pokemon Snap debuted and filled the safari experience with a more vibrant and engaging selection of Pokemon on Switch. So you can now easily switch back and forth between the two versions in the blink of an eye.

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