Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier Launches November 17

Final Fantasy VII The First Soldier

Square Enix have announced the release date of mobile battle royale Final Fantasy VII: The First SoldierNovember 17th.

Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier launches November 17th on Android, and iOS. Pre-registration is available now.

As previously reported, the game was revealed to be a mobile battle royale game set 30 years before the events of Final Fantasy VII; with players being candidates for SOLDIER. The new trailer showcases the origins of Project 0; the beginnings of the SOLDIER project.

You can find the opening movie trailer below.

To celebrate the game already having 770,000 pre-registrations, everyone who plays the game will now get a Shinra Bike skin.

You can find the abridged rundown (via the App Store) below.

FINAL FANTASY VII like you’ve never seen it before!
Fight in matches of up to 75 players in this action game that fuses RPG and battle royale elements together.

・Fight Using a Combination of Melee, Magic, and Firearms
Use all the options at your disposal to overwhelm your enemies in highly varied and strategic combat.

・ Level Up and Upgrade Your Arsenal During Battle
Fight monsters on the battlefield to gain experience points, power up your skills, and raise your max HP. Use gil you pick up to upgrade your equipment and purchase items.

・Choose from Varied Styles, Each with Different Strengths
Will you be a Warrior and take the fight to the enemy with powerful melee attacks? Or do you prefer the ability to cast augmented spells as a Sorcerer? Perhaps sneaking in and out of combat as a Ninja is more suited to you? Choose from these styles and more before every battle to determine your playstyle!

・Visit and Play in Iconic Locations from FFVII
Seventh Heaven, Corneo’s mansion, the train graveyard, and even a familiar house surrounded by flowers are just some of the iconic locations you can visit in each expansive map.

・Fully Customize Your Character
Choose a look that fits your unique personality with a huge variety of costumes, emotes, and more.



Ryan was a former Niche Gamer contributor.

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