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Genesis Skin Will Appear in Final Fantasy VII The First Soldier

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Final Fantasy VII The First Soldier will add a “Premium Shinra Packs (CC FF&) B” set that has items pertaining to Genesis. You will be able to obtain skins that resemble Genesis over his appearances in the series, as well as items such as his sword. Though the announcement states that the pack will appear soon, there is no concrete release date yet.

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Genesis is the main antagonist of Crisis Core and is a character from the Compilation of Final Fantasy VII. Zack, the protagonist of Crisis Core, is also a skin that you can obtain in The First Soldier. Zack was part of Premium Shinra Pack (CC FF7) A, along with Tifa. This means that you could potentially re-create Zack’s confrontation with Genesis in The First Soldier, or have the two fight alongside each other on the same team.

The Zack, Genesis, and Tifa skins are part of the Bahamut Fury event, which runs until March 31, 2022. This means that the skins are only available until that date as well. During this event, you can fight against the Bahamut Fury boss and obtain CC FF7 Premium Shinra Pack Tickets. Each pack will cost 5 CC FF7 Premium Shinra Pack Tickets each.

Final Fantasy VII The First Soldier is available on mobile devices, and the Genesis pack will appear soon. Crisis Core is available on the PSP.


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