Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remaster Trailer and Release Date


Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles is getting a really shocking remaster.  This information comes forward of Tokyo Game Show the place Square Enix will showcase a little bit of the sport as a part of the PlayStation Lineup. At current, plainly the plan is to launch the remaster for PS4 and Nintendo Switch in Japan someday in 2019. Square Enix didn’t verify any plans to launch the sport within the West that very same 12 months. 

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Here’s the trailer:

The excellent news is that the studio did verify that the Crystal Chronicles remaster will characteristic world multiplayer (which we are inclined to assume means that the sport will get a worldwide launch in some unspecified time in the future even when that time period is not all the time used within the literal sense). That signifies that it is going to be simpler than ever to really discover individuals to play this underrated multiplayer sport with. 

It additionally seems that Crystal Chronicles has acquired a slight visible makeover. That stated, it is a remaster and never a remake, so that you should not anticipate something extra spectacular than an HD improve of the unique title’s colourful visuals and exaggerated character design. Fortunately, that model of visible design signifies that the sport’s unique look has really aged fairly effectively.

What’s going to be fascinating to see is how Square Enix works round (or incorporates) the unique sport’s distinctive set-up. For those that do not bear in mind, Crystal Chronicles required GameDice gamers to hook up 4 Game Boy Advances to their consoles through suitable hyperlink cables. The GBAs have been used to manage the sport’s characters and relay sure data, however the whole lot else was dealt with on a single TV display screen. 

While we extremely doubt that this new model of the sport will make the most of handheld units in fairly the identical approach (aside from attainable enhanced options through the Nintendo Switch), we’re nonetheless excited to play this pretty good multiplayer Final Fantasy title as soon as extra. 

Matthew Byrd is a employees author for Den of Geek. He spends most of his days attempting to pitch deep-dive analytical items about Killer Klowns From Outer Space to an more and more perturbed collection of editors. You can learn extra of his work right here or discover him on Twitter at @SilverTuna014

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