Dennis Leschnikowski 11/17/2022 – 4:54 p.m
Today, Square Enix released a fresh trailer for Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion, a role-playing game reboot, that goes back over the improvements that have been made. It was also announced with which resolutions or frame rates the remaster will be displayed on the different platforms.
To coincide with the release next month, Square Enix released a fresh trailer for the role-playing game remaster “Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion”.
In the new video, the publisher’s executives revisit the various improvements that are paving the way for the PlayStation Portable classic into the modern age. In addition to various adjustments to the game mechanics and the combat system, an optimized user interface, a newly recorded soundtrack and a revised save function are offered.
To complement these details, the More Than a Remaster trailer gives you a taste of the cutscenes and combat system of Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion.
Technical details of the remaster confirmed
Parallel to the release of the new trailer, Square Enix gave technical details about “Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion” and confirmed the resolutions or frame rates with which the role-playing game remaster is displayed on the various platforms. On the PlayStation 5 and the Xbox Series X, a display in 3,840 × 2,160 pixels or 4K resolution and in 60 frames per second is offered.
Assuming a correspondingly potent system, a display in 4K and up to 120FPS is possible on the PC. “Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion” is also conjured up in 4K resolution on the screen of the PlayStation 4 Pro and the Xbox One X. However, you have to arrange yourself on the old upgrade consoles with 30 frames per second.
While the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One or Xbox One S master the role-playing game in 1080p and 30FPS, it is 1080p and 30FPS on the Xbox Series S. However, an update is to be released for the launch of the remaster, which will bring a 60FPS mode to the little sister of the Xbox Series X. Finally, there’s the Switch: “Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion” is displayed in the native 720p resolution and in 30 frames per second in both the TV and handheld modes of the Switch.
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Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion will be released on December 13, 2022.
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