Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Reunion officially has a release date, with Nintendo confirming that the remastered prequel will arrive on December 13.
Announced during September's Nintendo Direct, the December 13 release date has not only been confirmed for Nintendo Switch but also the game's other platforms of PlayStation 4 and 5, Xbox One and Series, and PC.
A handful of new gameplay clips were also shown during the direct, giving fans another chance to see protagonist Zack in action in the remastered Final Fantasy 7 prequel.
Square Enix is moving pretty quick on Crisis Core as the game was only announced in June during the Final Fantasy 7 25th Anniversary stream, meaning the game will be released within six months of its reveal.
Crisis Core was originally released for the PlayStation Portable back in 2008, but gained new relevance when Final Fantasy 7 Remake seemed to include scenes from the game centred around Zack.
The character, who's been a part of the Final Fantasy story since 7 was first released in 1997, can also be seen in the trailer for Remake's sequel, Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth.
In our 8/10 review of the original game, IGN said: "Crisis Core is a great game and, barring a few minor issues here and there, will not disappoint."
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Source: IGN.com Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Reunion Arrives This December