Square Enix released the updated 1.02 of Crisis Core Final Fantasy 7 Reunion today on all platforms. The update should come with some general bug fixes. Check out the notes for the September 21, 2012, section of the Crisis Core Final Fantasy 7 Reunion.
Patch Notes | Crisis Core Final Fantasy 7 Reunion December 21 Patch Notes:
If you play today’s updates, the file size is 943,6 MB. The file size is different depending on the platform on which you play.
While no patches have yet been revealed, we have some details from the PS4 update history. You can read the details here.
- I implemented a variety of fixes and improvements.
If Square Enix decides to publish more proper patch notes, then please update this post as soon as you can. On the screenshot below, we can read what we were supposed to say about the game.
Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Reunion is a good remaster of a classic PSP game that feels and looks like a modern-day video game. Your combat brings to life with a much needed improvement, and the visuals, besides the video formatted cutscenes, are pretty top-up notched for a remaster that could have just given us a resolution and a frame-rate bump. There are some spots I wish was changed but as far as staying faithful, Crisis Core does just that, and I can’t help but appreciate it even more than I did back then, as it definitely’s a title that aged surprising well.
If you are new to the world of Final Fantasy 7, then Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Reunion is the perfect place to start your journey.
Crisis Core Final Fantasy 7 Reunion is out now for PC, PlayStation, Xbox and Nintendo Switch.