Final Fantasy Ever Crisis Pushed Back to 2023


Square Enix’s “Final Fantasy VII” franchise has certainly not been slept on in recent times, spewing several spin-offs throughout the years. With that said, fans of the upcoming mobile title “Final Fantasy VII Ever Crisis” might have to do a bit of waiting, as the studio has announced that it will be pushing back the game’s closed beta test to summer 2023, according to new developments.

Earlier on, it was announced that the game will have a closed beta in 2022, although an absence of updates (until now, that is) have led many wondering if the game was delayed. Ever Crisis was announced alongside a slew of other Final Fantasy VII projects, including the First Soldier, a battle royale mobile game which is now scheduled to shut down in January 2023.

In other related news, Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion was recently launched on several gaming platforms. The game is a remastered version of the original title launched years ago on the Sony PlayStation Portable, and features additional content as well as improved graphics.

As for Ever Crisis, fans should keep an eye out for further developments regarding the game’s official launch, pricing, and more. The title will follow an episodic format, which encompasses the events of Final Fantasy VII, as well as several other spin-off games in the franchise. 

Source: Gematsu

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