Zack is returning, as Square Enix announced during the Final Fantasy VII Anniversary Celebration that Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII is being remastered for PC and consoles as Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion. Crisis Core was initially released for the PlayStation Portable in 2007 and it stayed on the handheld for years, despite being a significant piece of the Compilation of Final Fantasy VII.
The 2007 spinoff Crisis Core is a prequel to FF7, following Zack Fair all through the destruction of SOLDIER and Sephiroth's descent into madness. FF7 was a turn-based RPG that used a party of three characters, while Crisis Core was an activity RPG starring a single person, causing it to feel more like a Kingdom Hearts title than the other Final Fantasy games of the time. The story highlighted new characters who weren't important for the first FF7, however would proceed to show up in different entries in the Compilation of Final Fantasy VII. The most significant of these was Genesis Rhapsodos, a former individual from SOLDIER who might make a surprise appearance in Dirge of Cerberus, where he had one of the last moments in the first FF7 course of events.
The story of Crisis Core is vital to the new timetable in FF7 Remake, and current fans can now encounter the story for themselves. The new Crisis Core remaster leaks ended up being valid, as it was uncovered during the Final Fantasy VII Anniversary Celebration that Crisis Core is being remastered for the PC and consoles as Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion. The game will highlight updated HD visuals, however it doesn't seem to have any new satisfied. The trailer for the game should be visible in a video on the authority Final Fantasy YouTube channel.
Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion will contain HD visuals, with improved FMV cutscenes, and updates to each of the 3D models in the game, in a similar way to the Final Fantasy VIII Remaster. The game will highlight new music arrangements, as well as full voiceovers. The visuals truly are striking, considering that fans have just approached the PSP version of the game up until this point, and the summon sequences are currently mind blowing, as their quality suffered on Sony's old handheld equipment.
The story of Crisis Core has its polarizing moments, with many fans disliking Genesis' job in the story and how he was infused into Sephiroth's defeat, yet the interactivity is loads of tomfoolery, and it has perhaps of the best closure in the Final Fantasy series. The FF7 Remake players who were new to the first game or Crisis Core were possible confused by the Zack scenes, however they can now encounter his story and gain proficiency with the setting of his appearance for themselves. The trailer for the recently announced Final Fantasy VII Rebirth also suggests that Zack will have a lot greater job in the story going ahead, so fans should find opportunity to find out about him in his unique experience.