Square Enix Reveals Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Release Date

Square Enix finally revealed today when we would finally see Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition released. We now know the game will be headed to the Nintendo Switch, PS4, and mobile devices with cross-platform play on August 27th, 2020. This is a complete rework of the original 2003 game as they have brought it back to life with enhanced graphics, cleaned up mechanics, enhanced sound, and a lot more goodies. The game will take you back to when it was released but give you enough of a touched-up feeling to make it feel like a brand new game. You can read more about it below along with brand new screenshots and the release date announcement trailer to enjoy!

Square Enix Reveals Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Release Date
Credit: Square Enix

Alongside updates to the visuals and audio, Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition features a number of enhancements to make the experience more enchanting than ever. Character voiceovers, online multiplayer** with cross-play functionality, new items, and challenging new dungeons and bosses await as players explore a stunning fantasy world and make new memories, calling upon magic and might as they bond with fantastic characters and team up with friends to take down fearsome foes through fun action-RPG gameplay.

Additionally, Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition introduces a brand-new 'Mimic' feature which will allow players to take the form of various characters they meet on their journey. By collecting stamps and visiting Moogle Houses, or completing difficult dungeons, players will acquire unique crystals which will allow them to change their appearance to that of their favorite Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles characters and continue their adventure in style.

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