Final Fantasy 7 Reunion rated by ESRB

A message has surfaced online to indicate that Square Enix’s upcoming action-RPG Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Reunion has been ESRB rated.

It’s only been a few months since Square Enix announced the release Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Reunion later this year on all major gaming platforms. fans of the popular final fantasy 7 video game that couldn’t play the original PlayStation Portable title can finally do so. Before the start of the action role-playing game Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Reunion appears to have already received its ESRB rating, giving fans a chance to speculate on what changes might be implemented in the remaster.


First released in Japan in 2007, Crisis: Core Final Fantasy 7 tells the story and adventures of Zack Fair in SOLDIER. For those unfamiliar with the main plot of FF7in which Zack plays an essential role Final Fantasy 7 The journey of the protagonist Cloud Strife as a Shinra soldier. Despite Zack’s minimal presence in the original PlayStation RPG, the community seems to have developed a soft spot for the character. This is probably why Square Enix developed and produced core of crisis 15 years ago.

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Although the official Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Reunion The release date has yet to be announced, but news has already surfaced online suggesting that the action RPG has received its ESRB rating. The remaster was given a “T” rating and tags for blood and violence. Compared to the original PlayStation Portable title, the rating remains the same but lacks tags like mild language and mildly suggestive themes. This could mean that Square Enix is ​​taking a more censored approach to the remaster, as the original could be graphic and violent in terms of gameplay and story scenes.

Given that it’s been more than a decade since the original was released core of crisis fans are probably just happy that the action RPG is getting a remaster for modern gaming platforms this year. The game’s community has a lot to look forward to, especially since Square Enix has teased something new Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Reunion Elements and gameplay features that go well with the tastes of the current gaming generation. Additionally, Square Enix has confirmed that the game will now be fully voice controlled, allowing for even more immersive storytelling.

With the final quarter of 2022 just a month away, it’s likely that Square Enix will reveal more details Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Reunion soon. Hopefully this includes the game’s official release date and more information about the changes the development team will be making to the action RPG.

Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Reunion Coming to PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S this winter.

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