E3 2019: Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Coming to Mobile Devices Too

E3 2019: Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Coming to Mobile Devices Too

I'll still be playing it on the Switch, myself.

pocru by pocru on Jun 11, 2019 @ 10:06 AM (Staff Bios)
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We had already heard about the remake of Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles ages ago: it’s not exactly a secret. And indeed, while it showed up during Square Enix’s E3 presentation, there wasn’t actually that much new to say about it… with one exception.

Give the trailer a watch and see for yourself:


 

FINAL FANTASY CRYSTAL CHRONICLES Remastered Edition is coming this winter to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, iOS and Android! Since long ago, the dangerous gas miasma has threatened to consume the world. Crystals hold back the gas, but their power is not eternal. Follow the journey of four classes of adventurers on a perilous mission to protect their home. These are the "Crystal Chronicles." FINAL FANTASY CRYSTAL CHRONICLES Remastered Edition features an online multiplayer mode allowing you to caravan with friends wherever they may be. And now, you can keep the adventure close at hand by playing on smartphones!


So yeah, the only real “news” that this trailer offers is that there will be a mobile port as well, not just a Switch/PS4 version. So while you’d be hard-pressed to call this the best news of E3, as an old Crystal Chronicle fan, I’m still unreasonably hyped for this.

It comes out sometime this Winter.

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