Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Remake Announcement Tomorrow Rumors


Square Enix is holding a Final Fantasy 7 25th anniversary stream tomorrow, June 16. While most are hoping for a glimpse at Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2, it seems like a Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Remake is more likely to be announced during the 10-minute show according to the latest rumors.

The likelihood of seeing Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Remake

The Final Fantasy 7 25th Anniversary Celebration show is supposed to bring all the latest information relating to the 25th anniversary of Final Fantasy VII. According to the latest leak from Twitter user The Snitch, who has so far proven to be incredibly reliable, this may include a Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Remake for PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo Switch, and PC. The issue is that his leaks are often presented in a cryptic manner and fans aren’t 100% sure that this is what it is implying.

Other popular theories include a look at Final Fantasy VII Remake Part II as the image in his Tweet is taken from Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 1; however, the Snitch has since liked a Tweet that said the reveal was more likely to be a Crisis Core: FF7 remake. Another theory is that mobile game Final Fantasy Ever Crisis could be heading to consoles too. Either way, we’re going to have to wait until the anniversary celebration stream to find out more. Tetsuya Nomura has promised the 10-minute show “will be short and sweet, but we have packed in lots of information.” Players can tune into Youtube or Twitch at 3PM PT tomorrow, June 16, to watch the show live.

In other news, a Final Fantasy 14 free login campaign has begun today for inactive members, who will get four days of free access. Elsewhere, some PS Plus members are having issues with downloading and playing Syphon Filter through PS Plus Premium.

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