Final Fantasy VII Ever Crisis Shares Battle Trailer

    Auto battle, accelerated mode, and more.

    Tonight, the Final Fantasy VII Ever Crisis Twitter account shared a new trailer highlighting the battle system. This focuses on the combat found in-game, including some of the features you can use to make the game easier. 

    The combat system uses an Active Time Battle system, which is very similar to the one found in the original Final Fantasy VII. Familiar mechanics such as Materia and Limit Breaks return for Ever Crisis, as well as new features like Command Stance and Limit Combo. 

    For those looking to simplify the combat experience, Square Enix and developer Applibot have plans in place to assist you. The first is Auto Mode, which allows your characters to automatically attack without any player input. The second is Accelerated Mode, which speeds up the combat experience drastically. If you’re a fan of mobile games, you should find these features to be quite resourceful and familiar. Check out the new Ever Crisis battle trailer below:

    Final Fantasy VII Ever Crisis Launches September 7 on iOS & Android

    You can now pre-register for Final Fantasy VII Ever Crisis on the official website. Over one million players have already registered, granting exciting awards and items at launch. Attendees of San Diego Comic-Con 2023 had the chance to play the game, which left many satisfied and exciting impressions. 

    Alongside Ever Crisis, the next installment in the Final Fantasy VII Remake trilogy, Final Fantasy VII Rebirth, is also close to release. The title is scheduled for Early 2024, exclusively for PlayStation 5 consoles. This remake allows for a new experience of FFVII for all fans, with Ever Crisis being a ‘true’ remake in the sense of keeping all story events from the 1997 original.

    Check out new Ever Crisis arrangements below:

    Noah Hunter
    Noah Hunter
    Noah is Final Weapon’s Editor-in-Chief. He co-founded the website in June 2019 and has been writing for it ever since. In total, he has over five years of writing experience across many publications, including IGN Entertainment. His favorite series include Xeno and Final Fantasy.

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