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FFVII Crisis Core: How Many Chapters Are There? – Answered

How long is this game?

by Jesse Vitelli

Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII Reunion is out in the world. This remaster of the PSP classic is available on modern consoles for the first time since 2007. Fans of Final Fantasy VII and FFVII Remake now have an easy way to play this prequel game starring Zack Fair. Learn all about the events before the main game and the fates of some of these iconic characters. How long is Crisis Core, though? Here are all of the chapters listed for you below.

FFVII Crisis Core: How Many Chapters Are There? – Answered

Crisis Core Final Fantasy Reunion is a much shorter game than FFVII Remake. It takes around 11 hours to complete, and all chapters can be found below.

  • Chapter 0 – Prologue
  • Chapter 1 – Embrace Your Dreams
  • Chapter 2 – Betrayal?
  • Chapter 3 – Monster
  • Chapter 4 – An Angel’s Dream
  • Chapter 5 – Where Are You?
  • Chapter 6 – Protect Your honor
  • Chapter 7 – The End of Genesis?
  • Chapter 8 – Departure
  • Chapter 9 – See You Soon
  • Chapter 10 – Heroes

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Those are all of the chapters in Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII Reunion. While the game is only ten chapters long, there are plenty of side-missions and training modules to do to keep the game going. Not to mention the optional boss fights found in Chapter 10. There is plenty of content to sink your teeth into with this remaster, so be sure to explore and do everything as it unlocks.

The last few chapters go by pretty quickly, so most of the meat of this game will happen in the earlier hours. Be sure to get everything you want to be done before the beginning of chapter 7.

Well, that’s everything you need to know about how many chapters there are in Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII Reunion. Check out Prima Games for tips and tricks. Here’s the code to the Laughing Safe in Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII Reunion.

Jesse Vitelli

Jesse loves most games, but he really loves games that he can play together with friends and family. This usually means late nights in Destiny 2 or FFXIV. You can also find him chipping away at his ever-expanding backlog of JRPGS or staring at his massive Amiibo collection.