reported that the exemplary Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles that initially appeared on Nintendo Gamecube will get a remastered version for the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 at some point in 2019.
At the point when Crystal Chronicles was discharged on Nintendo Gamecube quite a while back, it was not gotten well by fans because of its diverse play-style. Rather than the conventional turn-based JRPG that fans are acclimated with past Final Fantasy games, Crystal Chronicles has a more RTS-style battle framework.
Since many may have most likely missed the excursion of Crystal Chronicles in those days, presently is the ideal time to play it on the Nintendo Switch or PlayStation 4 with better visuals. No data was uncovered by Square Enix about any additional highlights the game will have yet a short trailer was discharged.
Here’s a short review of the game through the Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Wiki:
Last Fantasy Crystal Chronicles is a side project/buddy game outside the fundamental Final Fantasy arrangement. Discharged in 2003 for the Nintendo GameCube, it denoted the principal return of Final Fantasy to a Nintendo reassure since Final Fantasy VI.
This Final Fantasy game highlights numerous new ongoing interaction components beforehand concealed in Final Fantasy, similar to constant battling, just as being the first RPG to fuse GameCube-Game Boy Advance similarity. The music was scored by Kumi Tanioka.
A remastered version will discharge on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch in 2019.
Last Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition will be accessible at some point in 2019 for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. At present, there’s no accurate date however we are expecting Square Enix to discharge more insights concerning the game in the forthcoming Tokyo Game Show at some point this year. When we hear something, we will tell you immediately.
As we are for the most part persistently sitting tight for more news about the game and its distinct discharge date, look at the secret trailer that Square Enix discharged through Twitter.