New Square Enix trademarks could hint at other Final Fantasy 7 projects

SQUARE ENIX has filed a trio of new trademarks, which could hint at other Final Fantasy 7 projects the JRPG giant has in the works.

PUBLISHED: 20:14, Mon, Jan 11, 2021 | UPDATED: 20:14, Mon, Jan 11, 2021

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Artwork for PSP classic Crisis CoreSquare Enix trademarks could hint at a new entry in the series that spawned Crisis Core (Image: SQUARE ENIX)

Square Enix are already busy at work on Final Fantasy 16 and Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2, but the Japanese gaming giant could have a few other tricks up their sleeves. The Shinjuku-based dev and publisher last month filed three new trademarks, which may hint at other Final Fantasy 7 projects they have in the works. As reported by Gematsu, in December Square Enix filed trademarks for Ever Crisis, The First Soldier and a logo for the Shinra Electric Power Company.

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But what could these trademarks mean? Well, let's start with the most exciting new trademark - Ever Crisis.

While it's by no means certain, this could be a new entry in the Compilation of Final Fantasy VII - an FF7 metaseries.

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This began in 2003 with the Tetsuya Nomura directed CGI movie Advent Children, and then was followed by mobile game Before Crisis, then PSP classic Crisis Core and PS2's Dirge of Cerberus.

As you can see, the entries in the FF7 Compilation have a naming convention which goes in alphabetical order - AC, BC, CC and DC.

Ever Crisis would continue this naming convention, with the abbreviation for this unannounced project being EC.

What shape or form this takes remains to be seen, with a spin-off title to the FF7 Remake

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