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Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier Coming in November – Games – News

Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier will be released in November for mobile devices. This was revealed in a live stream from Square Enix during the Tokyo Game Show. The improvements made based on feedback from the closed beta are also discussed.

The game will be released in November for iOS and Android. According to the producers, there are no plans to release the game for PC or consoles. The game can also be pre-ordered from October During the same live broadcast It was revealed at the Tokyo Game Show.

After the game was announced in February, a closed beta was released over the summer. During the Tokyo Game Show livestream, the producers revealed the changes made based on feedback on this beta. There has been a lot of demand for the option to play with a console. So the console support Added to the final. Moreover There will be a training mode To practice weapons and other attacks. In addition, the Bulldozer tutorial, where a clearer distinction will be made between the explanation of the controls and the explanation of the gameplay. Finally, there is Added a new ninja classwhich focuses on stealth.

Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier takes place thirty years before the events of Final Fantasy 7. The intent is to fight against other players as a soldier, until only one remains. Players can choose their own class and fight each other with different weapons. The game will not include a story mode.

This is not the only Final Fantasy mobile game currently being worked on. For example, in February, at the same time with The First Soldier, the single-player game Final Fantasy VII Trailer: Crisis Ever, which is supposed to offer a more narrative adventure.

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