Final Fantasy VII Ever Crisis Hits Mobile Platforms Next Month

The highly anticipated mobile RPG, Final Fantasy VII Ever Crisis, now has an official release date. Originally announced in February 2021, fans of the iconic saga can expect to dive into the game on September 7th for iOS and Android devices.

Final Fantasy VII Ever Crisis offers players a free-to-play single-player experience, structured in chapters that encompass the entire FFVII timeline. Not only will fans have the opportunity to relive key moments from the beloved 1997 game, but they will also be introduced to new story elements penned by Kazushige Nojima, the creative mind behind the story and scenarios of FF VII Remake. These additional storylines will focus on a young Sephiroth, providing fresh and engaging content for players to enjoy.

Experience the heart-pounding action of the game with its active-time battles, seamlessly fitting into the mobile platform. As for monetization, players can expect microtransactions for specific weapons and equipment.

To get a taste of what’s in store, check out the latest trailer from June’s Summer Game Fest:

This isn’t the first time Final Fantasy VII has ventured into mobile gaming. In fact, earlier this year, Square Enix discontinued Final Fantasy VII The First Soldier, a mobile battle royale game that was initially unveiled alongside Ever Crisis two years ago. With this in mind, fans are hoping for a more successful and enduring experience with Ever Crisis, which will undoubtedly serve as an exciting appetizer until the highly anticipated Final Fantasy VII Rebirth launches next year.