Final Fantasy is probably one of the legendary series and the “golden egg” of Square Enix over the years. Despite being at a loss after consecutive failed projects in recent times, Final Fantasy 16 still brought in impressive revenue milestones for this publisher. And certainly, when it comes to the Final Fantasy series, Final Fantasy 7 will always be the game that leaves the most impression in the minds of most players. All versions of this game, from Remake to Rebirth, have received countless positive reviews even before their release.
Grasping this psychology from the players, Square Enix recently surprised many people by announcing that Final Fantasy 7: Ever Crisis – a mobile gacha game is about to be available on Steam. This announcement was made during a live broadcast in Japan and currently, although there is no specific release date, Square Enix has confirmed that the game supports cross-play across platforms and devices. The good news is that Final Fantasy 7: Ever Crisis will be released for free. But certainly, those who have played gacha games will know that most of them are heavily “blood-sucking” to players.
This is understandable because if Square Enix does not charge players through product sales, it will certainly take advantage of it by creating microtransactions, stimulating players to deposit money. Of course, to do this, Final Fantasy 7: Ever Crisis must also ensure good content. Basically, the game will still retell the original story and some surrounding side games such as Before Crisis, Crisis Core and Dirge of Cerberus. In addition, it will also reference a number of remakes, providing the most general overview of the Final Fantasy 7 universe.
The quality of Final Fantasy 7: Ever Crisis is confirmed. But besides that, if you want to become strong in this game and achieve the desired milestones, it is also mandatory for gamers to “withdraw their wallets”.