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GameCube Classic ‘Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition’ from Square Enix Is Now Available on iOS and Android for Free

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition (Free) from Square Enix was revealed a while ago...

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition (Free) from Square Enix was revealed a while ago for multiple platforms. The GameCube classic Final Fantasy was set to be remastered and released on PS4, Nintendo Switch, iOS, and Android. It was originally set for January this year but was delayed and it has finally released worldwide. Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition features online multiplayer, no local co-op, cross platform progression and online play, new content, additional paid DLC, and more. The paid DLC is priced between $3.99 and $8.99 including crystals and arms that are usable in the game. The full game is priced at $29.99 on Nintendo Switch and PS4 but the exact price on iOS and Android for the full game unlock will vary by region. Watch the trailer for it below showcasing the new features for the GameCube remaster:

On iOS and Android, Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition is available for free and this free version will include the same content as the newly revealed Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition Lite edition on consoles. This free version on iOS and Android can be upgraded to the full version through an in app purchase that unlocks all the full game content and story. There is also additional DLC available through in app purchases. If you’d like to play Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition, you can download it on the App Store for iOS here and on Google Play for Android here. It is worth noting that the app on iOS is a different build from the Japanese one. Check out the Japanese release here on the App Store in Japan. As of now, it hasn’t released in every country yet with the game yet to roll out in India, Singapore, and more. Check out the English website here. Have you played this on the GameCube before or will you be experiencing it for the first time in when it hits current platforms?