Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition has been delayed to Summer 2020; additionally, the game has been revealed to support cross-platform saves across Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, iOS, and Android when it launches.

The news came via a series of tweets put out by the official Final Fantasy Twitter account, which stated the decision to push the game a few months past its original release date of January 23rd, 2020 came due to a desire to allow developers to create the “best experience possible.”

The full announcement reads as follows:

 

Since announcing Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition, we’ve read so many positive messages filled with encouragement, and all of us on the team would like to thank you for the support you’ve shown us so far.

Today we’re announcing that the release date for the game is being moved to summer 2020. We’ve made the decision to adjust the release date to allow the development team some extra time to make final adjustments to the game to make this the best experience possible.

We know you’ve been waiting patiently for this game, and we hope you’ll continue to support us as you have done so far, over the coming months through to launch.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition is coming to PS4, Nintendo Switch, iOS, and Android devices. You’ll be able to play online with your friends and transfer your save file across all four platforms when the game launches in Summer 2020.

Thank you again, from all of us on the Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition team.”

 

What’re your thoughts on the delay? Let us know in the comments below and stay connected to Nintendo Wire for more Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition news as it becomes available!

Leave a Comment

Written by Daniel Dell-Cornejo

Daniel is an editor at Nintendo Wire. Always with his head in the clouds, he is never apart from his creative thoughts – a blessing for an aspiring fiction writer. As a journalist and lifelong gamer, he aims to provide readers with the very best in Nintendo coverage.

Daniel Dell-Cornejo