Pre-registrations for the free-to-play mobile RPG are now available on the App Store and the Google Play Store.
Announced back in 2021, Final Fantasy 7: Ever Crisis has looked like a surprisingly intriguing prospect in spite of its nature as a free-to-play mobile RPG, and after having continued to look increasingly promising with its showings since then, it’s now been handed a firm release date.
Taking to Twitter, Square Enix has announced that Final Fantasy 7: Ever Crisis will launch for Android and iOS on September 7. Pre-registrations for the game are now open on the App Store and the Google Play Store respectively.
Square Enix has also said that though reception for the game’s recent closed beta test was largely positive (with most players giving it a rating of 4-5 stars), it will also be looking to address criticisms such as the UI and progression before the final release.
Final Fantasy 7: Ever Crisis will encompass and retell key stories from the original Final Fantasy 7 and Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 in an episodic format, in addition to including new, never-before-seen content, like an episode telling the story of a young Sephiroth.