Final Fantasy VII: Ever Crisis Drops for Devices this September


It’s been a long time coming, but it looks like we now have a definite launch date for Square Enix’s newest Final Fantasy VII spin-off, ever Crisis. The company recently announced that it will be available for download on Android devices on September 7, via the Google Play Store.

Earlier, the game was made available through a closed beta release which was accessible for players in the USA, Canada, and Japan. Ever Crisis covers several major events featured throughout the Final Fantasy VII video game series, which includes the original game for the PlayStation One, as well as other spin-offs such as Crisis Core for the Sony PSP.

In terms of pricing, it looks like Square Enix is leaning towards a “freemium” pricing structure for the game, which means micro-transactions and an energy system. Players looking for a more “traditional” single-purchase gaming experience might be out of luck with this one, however.

Ever Crisis was originally announced alongside a slew of other Final Fantasy VII projects, including the First Soldier, a battle royale mobile game which has since been shut down back in January 2023.

Source: Google Play

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