Square Enix it is all but set to a closed beta test for the upcoming ones Final Fantasy address Final Fantasy VII Ever Crisis. The game does not have an expected release date provided by the developers, but it will be available on Android and iOS platforms.
Final Fantasy VII Ever Crisis aims to deliver a classic Final Fantasy experience
Final Fantasy VII Ever Crisis will try to provide a classic Final Fantasy experience based on the previous titles, along with some new additions to the game that the developers will create with this new title. The game will offer classic characters along with some new additional characters that players can team up with to defeat challenges and enemies.
The game will follow the story of the young hero Sephiroth, who follows a path in the midst of chaos to fulfill his destiny. The game will also see the characters encounter a number of characters from previous titles, such as Cloud and Zack, with whom players can interact and travel with to advance the story.
Final Fantasy VII Ever Crisis promises to deliver a revamped gameplay mechanic that will include a lot RPG-like in-game features to enhance players’ combat experience while playing the game. It will feature elements such as character customizations, weapon enhancements, Materia, Summons, battle shards and many other such inclusions to make the battle experience extraordinary.
Final Fantasy VII Ever Crisis will also allow players to team up with three characters at once and take down different bosses together. This would allow for team customization and more in-game customization options.
Square Enix is almost ready to start closed beta tests for the game From June 8 to 28. However, interested players can pre-register for the game via Google Play, App Store and the official website.
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