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    Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier to cease operations in 2023

    The FF7 battle royale is shutting down soon after just a year since its release.

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    After its launch in November of last year, the battle royale mobile game Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier is set to close its doors in January of 2023, barely a year since its release.

    This reason behind this sudden closure was issued in an official statement via Twitter with a link to the website’s notice.

    They cite a failure to “deliver the experience that they were hoping for, and that players deserve.”

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    Likewise, support for any non-English language versions ends on November 1st. Moving forward, all text will be displayed in English. As of the announcement, Shinra Credits have been removed from the shop.

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    In case you’re unfamiliar, The First Soldier is a mobile battle royale that’s set in Midgar before the events of the OG FF7. 

    The game’s premise is described as:

    “Fight to join the ranks of Shinra’s elite SOLDIER unit in this high-octane battle royale shooter, infused with RPG elements from the FINAL FANTASY series.
    Choose a combat style, such as Warrior or Sorcerer, and eliminate your rivals by any means necessary, be it gun, sword, or magic.

    Defeat monsters to earn experience points and gil, call upon fan-favorite summons such as Ifrit to fight for you, and catch a chocobo to dash and glide across the battlefield.”

    The news of its impending shutdown comes shortly after the recent news of a Final Fantasy 16 announcement coming soon.

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    Carlos Franco
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    UnGeek's middle-aged pinch hitter plagued by chronic backpain and powered by 2000s pop culture. He survives through coffee, anime, and hoping that BLACKPINK will part ways with Teddy Park someday.

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