‘Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition’ That Was Set to Launch Next Month on iOS, Android, Nintendo Switch, and PS4 Has Been Delayed to Summer 2020
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition from Square Enix was finally dated for January 23rd, 2020 for iOS, Android, PS4, and Nintendo Switch a little while ago. The bigger news for the upcoming remaster of the classic Final Fantasy game was that it has full cross platform online and progression. This includes PS4 which isn’t that common when it comes to cross progression. Today, Square Enix announced that Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition has been delayed to Summer 2020 from its January 23rd, 2020 release date on all platforms. Watch a new trailer for it below:
The delay is to allow the developers to make some more adjustments to the game and ensure the release is the best it can be for all players. We will probably get a release date in the next few months through a Nintendo Direct or a new trailer. Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition releases in Summer 2020 for PS4, Nintendo Switch, iOS, and Android. As of now a price point for the English version hasn’t been announced yet but expect it to be close to the Japanese price. The console price is 4,800 Yen which is roughly $45 while the iOS and Android price is 2,820 Yen which is roughly $26. Have you played this on the GameCube before or will you be experiencing it for the first time in when it hits current platforms?