Final Fantasy 7: Ever Crisis expands to PC, release announced on Steam

Square Enix has announced a PC version of Final Fantasy 7: Ever Crisis is under development.

The game is scheduled to release on Steam at an unspecified date and is initially being developed for iOS and Android. Once released on PC, you’ll be able to share your mobile game data with the Steam version (thanks, DSOGaming).

Here’s a look at FF7 Ever Crisis, spanning the entire Final Fantasy 7 timeline.

Final Fantasy 7: Ever Crisis tells the never-before-told story of a young Sephiroth. The game is a chapter-structured RPG experience that covers key elements of the Final Fantasy 7 timeline, including the events of the original game, as well as new story elements penned by Final Fantasy 7 Remake story and scenario writer Kazushige Nojima.

As you progress, you will meet new characters and can slip into the role of iconic heroes, such as Cloud and Zack from Final Fantasy 7 or Crisis Core – Final Fantasy 7.

You can also group different characters into teams and equip each one with iconic equipment and weapons to defeat opponents. These party members can include Cloud, Tifa, Aerith, Zack, and more. The game can be played solo or in co-op battle mode with up to three other members.

Featuring a retro look combined with modern rendered graphics, the game is a fast-paced, command-based battle evolved from FF7’s Active Time Battle, now remastered to be easily played on mobile devices. The game’s battles also spotlight classic Final Fantasy RPG elements such as abilities, materia, summons and limit breaks, while supporting additional features on mobile devices such as auto mode and battle speed.

Announced in 2022, Final Fantasy 7: Ever Crisis was released for smartphones on September 7 and had over 1 million pre-registered users before its release.

Chrissy Callahan

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