Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered will be getting a free demo to release alongside the full game on Nintendo Switch and other platforms. The demo is titled Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition Lite. It will include three dungeons that can be played through alone in single-player or with friends in online multiplayer. That isn’t all though. For anyone who downloads the demo, they will be able to join in on online sessions with those that own the full game.
Those that own the full game will be able to host sessions that players of the demo will be able to join as guests. This will allow demo users to venture into dungeons that are not included in Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition Lite. Both the full game and the Lite version will release on August 27th, 2020.
You can find more information and a cool new trailer about Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Lite in the official announcement below.
ADVENTURE WITH FRIENDS FOR FREE WITH FINAL FANTASY CRYSTAL CHRONICLES REMASTERED EDITION LITE
New Features and Enhancements Make for an Even Bigger Adventure
LOS ANGELES (June 26, 2020) – SQUARE ENIX® today announced that FINAL FANTASY® CRYSTAL CHRONICLES® Remastered Edition, the highly anticipated refresh of the beloved action-RPG adventure coming to the Nintendo Switch™ system, the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system and iOS and Android mobile devices*, will launch alongside a free to download demo version called FINAL FANTASY CRYSTAL CHRONICLES Remastered Edition Lite**.
With FINAL FANTASY CRYSTAL CHRONICLES Remastered Edition Lite, adventurers can play through the first three dungeons in both single player and online multiplayer with cross-play functionality***. Additionally, players who purchase the full game will be able to host multiplayer sessions with players using FINAL FANTASY CRYSTAL CHRONICLES Remastered Edition Lite, so a full party of up to four caravanners can play through up to 13 dungeons in the fantasy adventure together with one copy of the full game. Save data can be carried over from FINAL FANTASY CRYSTAL CHRONICLES Remastered Edition Lite to the full game, ensuring players can seamlessly continue their progress in the magical fantasy adventure.
In addition to a ‘Mimic’ feature which allows players to take the form of various characters they meet on their journey, FINAL FANTASY CRYSTAL CHRONICLES Remastered Edition also adds a number of new gameplay enhancements to make the adventure more memorable than ever, such as:
- Quick Chat – new tactical commands to give easy text-based instructions to teammates during online multiplayer play.
- Magic Timer – a new Timer mechanic, helping players to synchronise and combine their magical attacks to unleash more powerful abilities.
- UI Improvements – Increases to material capacity limits allow for more trouble-free adventures and a mini-map has been added to the game’s UI ensuring players always have a tactical understanding of their environments.
- Additional Difficulty Modes – after finishing the main scenario, high difficulty dungeons will be available for daring adventurers to explore, including the Mine of Cathuriges which will include powerful enemies and new challenges alike. These challenging post-game dungeons are exclusive to the full release of FINAL FANTASY CRYSTAL CHRONICLES Remastered Edition.
- Updated Soundtrack – over 50 musical tracks have been newly-composed especially for FINAL FANTASY CRYSTAL CHRONICLES Remastered Edition by the original game’s composer, Kumi Tanioka, including newly-recorded versions of the beloved theme songs Sound of the Wind and Starry Moonlit Night.
To see some of these new features in action, watch the ‘FINAL FANTASY CRYSTAL CHRONICLES Remastered Edition – New Features Trailer’ here:
FINAL FANTASY CRYSTAL CHRONICLES Remastered Edition is rated T (Teen) and will be available on the Nintendo Switch™ system, PlayStation®4 system, the App Store® and Google Play™ Store on August 27, 2020*
Source: Square Enix PRTags: Crystal Chronicles Remastered, Final Fantasy, Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles, Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Lite, Nintendo, Nintendo Switch, Square Enix
This post was written by Mike Scorpio