Is Crisis core set before ff7?
Crisis Core begins seven years before the events of Final Fantasy VII, and many characters from that game and other related works appear.
Is Crisis Core the same as ff7?
The game is a prequel to Final Fantasy VII and is the fourth entry to the Compilation of Final Fantasy VII. Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- begins seven years before the start of Final Fantasy VII, and encompasses the events that take place until just before its beginning.
How much time is between ff7 and Crisis Core?
Crisis Core takes place seven years before the events of Final Fantasy VII. The first part of the game plays around with Zack’s three years in the SOLDIER program.
Is Crisis Core Canon to remake?
The Final Fantasy VII Remake Demo Confirms Before Crisis & Crisis Core Are Still Canon.
Is Zack alive in FF7 remake?
The ending of FF7 Remake Intermission DLC shows Zack alive and well, attempting to see Aerith at the church in Sector 5. A possible reason why Zack was brought back is that Cloud may encounter an unfortunate end midway through the games.
Why does cloud forget about Zack after the events of Crisis Core?
Yet he had a memory of it. We know that after Zacks death, Clouds mind was warped by trauma and that he essentially turned himself into a Cloud/Zack hybrid taking on some of Zacks persona and history while seemingly erasing Zacks existence from his memory.
What happen to cloud after Crisis Core?
Cloud didn’t need to be recovered by Shinra at all. The troops who finished Zack off saw Cloud and decided they would rather let him waste away on his own, since they were aware that he was a victim of a particularly bad case of Mako Poisoning/”Addiction”. They left him to die, but reported both targets dead anyway.
Is Advent Children canon to ff7 remake?
The leading theory suggests it’s all canon. Advent Children actually established the Sephiroth that we see in FFVII:R now, the one that moves through the lifestream, which also transcends time.