Final Fantasy VII Ever Crisis Reveals Closed Beta Test Survey Results

    Full game launching this September.

    Square Enix revealed survey results from the Final Fantasy VII Ever Crisis closed beta test held this past July. Overall, player reception for Final Fantasy VII Ever Crisis is highly positive thus far, but changes need to be made.

    Recently, Square Enix revealed Final Fantasy VII Ever Crisis surpassed one million pre-registrations worldwide. Users will receive several rewards at launch, including 15 Draw Tickets, 1500 Blue Crystals, a Jumpstart Item Set, Zack Fair’s Zweihander sword, and a 5-star weapon gacha ticket. Final Fantasy VII Ever Crisis is set to launch on September 7, and another reward will be given to commemorate the recent closed beta test. 

    Final Fantasy VII Ever Crisis Closed Beta Test Survey Results

    According to Square Enix, roughly 90% of closed beta test participants gave the game a 4 or 5-star rating. Players were generally satisfied Final Fantasy VII Ever Crisis’s impressive graphics, the look and feel of the in-game world, the enjoyable stories, and the stellar music. However, players note that the small buttons and text results in a poor user experience while navigating menus. Additionally, players want improvements to story dungeons and combat alongside adjustments to the UI, stamina limits, and enhancement materials.

    Square Enix plans to make several adjustments to Final Fantasy VII Ever Crisis based on the feedback received from the survey. These adjustments and improvements involve content difficulty, recommended battle Power, time limit extensions for battles, the removal of the co-op time limit, and UI. To celebrate the successful completion of the closed beta test and survey, all players will receive the Glenn-exclusive weapon, 5★ Apology in Hell, at launch. 

    Glenn-exclusive weapon, 5★ Apology in Hell

    Here’s a message from the development team, via the game’s official website

    Final Comments From The Development Team

    The development team is very grateful to everyone that signed up and played the closed beta test, and especially to those who put in more play time than we expected.
    Thank you very much for your participation.
    We are also extremely thankful for the many bug reports in the survey responses.
    With your help, we are now able to work to resolve the issues brought to our attention before the official service launch of the game.

    The feedback we shared here is only a portion of the many other comments we have received.
    We are working on a wide range of improvements in addition to the those detailed here in order to create a game that will meet everyone’s expectations.

    Please stay updated by following our official Twitter page, where we will be posting the latest information regarding the game.

    The development team is working hard to make sure that everyone can play as soon as possible, so we hope that you will be able to wait just a little longer for the official launch.

    Thank you for your continued support for Final Fantasy VII Ever Crisis.

    Lastly, Final Fantasy VII Ever Crisis launches September 7 for Android and iOS.

    Soul Kiwami
    Soul Kiwami
    Raul Ochoa, a.k.a. Soul Kiwami, is the Managing Editor of Final Weapon and a Games Writer at Game Rant with four years of writing and editing experience. Raul is passionate about the Japanese gaming industry, and he's a huge fan of Nintendo Switch, PC hardware, JRPGs, and fighting games. business email: [email protected] | Muck Rack:

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