FFVII The First Soldier Character Creator

FFVII The First Soldier Character Creator Detailed

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Square Enix released new images of the character creator in FFVII The First Soldier. The official FFVII The First Soldier Twitter account shared some details about the character creator as well. It revealed that over 10 million combinations will be available in the character creator. Players will also be able to change their skin tone, hair style, hair color, eye color, and certain facial features. [Thanks, Gamer!]

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The images reveal what hairstyles will be available for female characters, which includes a total of 12 hairstyles. Additionally, it also shows what eye shapes and brow shapes will be available for male characters. You can take a look at the released images of the character creator below.

Additionally, cosmetic items will be available for weapons in FFVII The First Soldier. Five of the available weapon skins are shown above. This includes an umbrella, a paper crane, and a bat with nails. Square Enix also revealed that players will be able to obtain Moogle inspired cosmetic items. These items can be obtained by simply playing Final Fantasy VII The First Soldier.

Players will also have access to customize their individual Chocobo. This includes being able to adjust the stats of your Chocobo, such as how fast it can run, how high it can jump, and its health.

Final Fantasy VII The First Soldier will release for Android and iOS devices on November 17, 2021.

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