New Features Detailed for Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition


A new adventure with your friends awaits in Square Enix’s Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered – see what features are in store with the latest trailer for the game.

In this title, the characters of this title must require the crystals’ protection to ward off the terrible miasma. There are a number of beautiful (yet frightful) places to explore, and players will come across a number of caravaners that share their burden.

Players will be able to choose their caravaner from four unique tribes. These include Clavats (who are skilled defenders), Liltys (which are small but strong), Yukes (which are masters of magic), and Selkies (which are carefree and agile). 40 initial variations can be used to customize your character, and items found can mimic other caravaners players come across on their journey.

Your lifeline in the outside world, players must utilize the Crystal Chalice to get ahead and avoid the miasma. There are also dungeons filled with powerful monsters, but players can utilize weapons and magic by equipping magicite.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition – New Features Trailer | PS4

The game will come out on August 27, 2020 for the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Android, and iOS devices. Cross-play support will also be included.

Source: YouTube
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