The remake of Final Fantasy VII's prequel, Crisis Core, is on its way. Here's what you need to know about potentially pre-loading the game before its release.
Following the success of Final Fantasy VII Remake, Crisis Core's remake was announced for Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation, and Xbox back in June. While it connects to Final Fantasy VII's main plotline, Square Enix has noted that Crisis Core can be played without any prior knowledge of the universe.
The game follows the story of Zack Fair, a revered soldier tasked with solving the mystery of disappearing operatives. Throughout the story, allusions to Final Fantasy VII will be abundant as the characters of the game cross paths with Zack along the way.
How to Pre-Load Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion
At the time of writing, the only information on pre-loading the game is available through its Nintendo Store page. For those looking to play on Nintendo Switch, Nintendo has noted that preorders of the game will automatically pre-load the game onto your console. Information related to other platforms hasn't yet been announced.
Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion will release on Dec. 13. Its Standard Edition can be preordered for $49.99 on all consoles. Its Deluxe Edition, which is also available on all consoles, is $69.99.