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Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Multiplatform Release Teased by Leaker

According to reputable insider, a remaster of Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII may be announced soon for multiplatform release.

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Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Multiplatform Release Teased by Leaker

A prequel to Final Fantasy VII, 2007 action role-playing game Crisis Core originally launched on PlayStation Portable consoles by developer/publisher Square Enix, which received positive fan-feedback and sold over 2 million copies globally.

Just ahead of Final Fantasy VII 25th Anniversary Celebration livestream tomorrow, a reputable leaker is hinting at a possible remaster of Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII that may get announced for multiplatform release by Square Enix shortly.

Becoming a very trustworthy leaker recently, The Snitch has shared an image of Final Fantasy VII Remake featuring Zack Fair along with a blue, green, red and black box on their post, likely teasing that Crisis Core is coming to all platforms.

The Snitch is likely implying those boxes to represent PlayStation, Xbox and Nintendo Switch as well as Steam for PC. Square Enix is promoting their upcoming FFVII 25th Anniversary event for tomorrow and may announce Crisis Core as well.

In a cryptic Tweet, known leaker The Snitch is teasing at multiplatform release for remaster of Crisis Core.

If a remaster of Crisis Core is coming to Switch as well, then it adds more credentials to recent claims since Nintendo handheld console system is capable of running an upgraded version of a PSP-era game and not a modern-day HD remake.

Crisis Core is more relevant to new Final Fantasy VII Remake timeline and may get announced very soon. Besides, Square Enix may end up unveiling a number of ongoing FFVII projects that are scheduled for multiplatform release in future.

Square Enix is possibly lining up more FF7 releases and a latest trademark for Final Fantasy VII: Intergrade also hints at a multiplatform release. FF7 Remake originally launched on PlayStation 4 in 2020 and eventually head over to PS5 and PC.

Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII is still very popular among long-time series fans and a remaster is long overdue for more than a decade. Earlier this year, remaster of Chrono Cross came out for multiplatform and Crisis Core may be next in line.