Published: Wed, September 11, 2019
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Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Comes To Android Late January

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Comes To Android Late January

Along with the new trailers and release date, Square-Enix has shared a host of new details on Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Remastered Edition.

Though this makes me wonder if the game is being developed for the mobile platforms and being ported to the PS4 and Switch, or vice versa.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles was originally released for the GameCube back in 2003, and was developed by The Game Designers Studio.

Additionally, those dungeons will also feature new content so even if you've played the original game for 100s of hours, there'll be new areas for you to discover. The official Japanese blog also states that the game is cross-progressive, meaning that game progress can be transferred between platforms, but requires purchasing the game on multiple platforms. You follow their journey as they search for Myrrh a substance that can cleanse crystals that protect their world from a unsafe gas.

Let's get the big news out of the way first; there will be cross-play across ALL systems. Sorry, PC and Xbox One owners, no game for you. It tasks players with travelling the world in search of "myrrh" which is used to fuel crystals protecting the world's settlements from the poisonous Miasma. You don't have to wait until January to watch the Tokyo Game Show trailer though, which we've conveniently embedded below. These are the chronicles of fearless young adventurers who journey to protect their home. It'll be joining a collection of other Final Fantasy remasters that are already available on a number of platforms, including Final Fantasy VIII and IX, so it'll be in good company when it arrives in January.

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