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Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Launching January 2020

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Launching January 2020
Square Enix today announced further details for the upcoming launch of Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition including a release date, information on online multiplayer, and the exciting news on cross-platform support.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition will launch on the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, iOS and Android platforms with online multiplayer support, and the ability to play with friends on other platforms with cross-play functionality.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Release Date


The launch date has been announced, with all platforms receiving release on January 23rd. Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles has long been a favorite among Final Fantasy fans, as one of the first titles in the franchise to embrace multiplayer components. As well as content from the original game, players will be excited to explore additional features introduced with the Remastered Edition.

  • Enhanced visuals and audio
  • New voice-over and dialogue
  • Online multiplayer with cross-platform play that supports up to 4 people
  • New dungeons & boss battles
  • New artifacts to equip and character appearance options

For more information, check out the official website.

Source: Press Release
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