Square Enix has confirmed during the Tokyo Game Show 2021 that Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier will officially launch on iOS and Android devices this month November 2021. The multiplayer action and shooter title in the purest style battle royale will base its business model on free-to-play and will be set in the universe of the seventh installment of the saga. After a beta and numerous server tests, the Japanese firm has shown a new gameplay.
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Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier will open its pre-registrations in October
This same month of October the pre-registrations of Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier, so the premiere of the game will not be made to beg for too much. Square has announced on the occasion of the announcement that there will be support for console controls, for those who want to play connected to a monitor or with the comfort of a pad traditional. There will also be training mode and new tutorials, a feature based on the collection of monsters and secret boxes and a new style: ninja. This combat style will be added to those previously revealed and will focus on the use of shuriken for melee combat.
Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier will be focused exclusively on multiplayer mode and will compete, in a way, with other battle royale current such as Fortnite or PUBG, although they are different approaches. The game will allow you to customize the character and configure different abilities.
In addition to this work, Square Enix announced Final Fantasy VII: Ever Crisis last March, which will be free and will have micropayments. It is an alternative remake of the original 1997 work with renewed graphics, an episodic format and faithfully recreating the events narrated in the PlayStation title, Crisis Core, Dirge of Cerberus and the Advent Children movie. Coming soon to mobile devices.
Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier will be launched as free-to-play in November 2021 for iOS and Android.