Square Enix went all out with Final Fantasy content at this year’s E3. There’s mobile, multiplayer, and musical content, and a Crystal Chronicles remaster.
To start off, Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles has been completely remastered with a new online multiplayer mode so that you and up to three friends can play together. Alone or with friends, explore a stunning fantasy world and make new memories with fantastic characters with fun action-RPG gameplay.
Besides releasing on the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation , Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition will also arrive on smartphones this winter.
Next up is Final Fantasy XIV Online, Square Enix showed off the launch trailer for Final Fantasy XIV Online's upcoming Shadowbringers expansion pack, set to release on July 2. The trailer offers a glimpse into the adventures that await the Warrior of Darkness as he explores the unfamiliar lands of the First.
Final Fantasy XIV Online Producer and Director Naoki Yoshida also announced that the title has reached the highest number of active subscribers in its history. This news coincides with the recent announcement of the game surpassing 16 million total registered users.
Square Enix also announced the global version of War of the Visions Final Fantasy Brave Exvius, a new mobile strategy RPG. Born from the Final Fantasy Brave Exvius universe, players will navigate a variety of battlefields, strategize their attack against enemy forces and even summon powerful Espers to turn the tide of battle.
Finally, Square Enix announced the arrival of its music catalogue, beginning with music from the Final Fantasy series, on music streaming services.
Final Fantasy series original soundtracks and arrangement compilations are available now on major music streaming platforms including Apple Musics, Spotify and Amazon Music Unlimited.