Square Enix shared a look at the updated version of Bahamut Fury that will appear in Crisis Core FFVII Reunion. The art might look a bit different this time around. That’s because it confirmed Roberto Ferrari designed it.
First, here’s the Roberto Ferrari concept art for the Crisis Core FFVII Reunion version of Bahamut Fury.
Next, here’s how this form of the “Dragon King” will look in the game.
To compare, here’s a video from GoingCrazy201 showing the Crisis Core FFVII Bahamut Fury FMV.
Roberto Ferrari worked on a number of Final Fantasy games. The most recent one was Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin. However, he also worked on FFVII Remake and FFXV. He also worked on Square Enix’s The Last Remnant.
Square Enix regularly shares Crisis Core FFVII Reunion details, now that the game is about to appear in December 2022. It confirmed there will be 300 Missions in the game. It also noted that the Hard difficulty mode will be available in the Japanese version for the first time.
Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion will release for the Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC on December 13, 2022. The original Crisis Core FFVII appeared on the PSP worldwide.