Final Fantasy VII has sold over 11,000,000 units worldwide which includes physical copies of the original Playstation version, both digital and physical PC versions, PSN version, and iOS version; Square Enix has announced today.
The iOS version of the game costs $15.99, Steam version costs $11.99, and the downloadable original Playstation version costs $9.99.
The iOS version is now available which comes with built-in cheats. The game is played using a virtual joypad and has somewhat annoying little blue bars appearing on the widescreen devices.
As for the said cheats, players can use them to turn off enemy encounters entirely; which might be useful to those who wish to speedrun through the game. Then there is a character booster feature, which is also available on the Steam version, that allows players to grant their characters with maximum stats for everything.
As of this instant, we do not know when the Android version is going to release, but I’m keeping my fingers crossed.
In related Final Fantasy VII news; it has been confirmed that Final Fantasy VII remake is not being made using the Luminous Engine. To read up more, head over to the post!
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