Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII Reunion is out now for PS4 & PS5, although folk have spotted something rather odd regarding some of its in-game paintings – they’re splattered with a Getty Images watermark.
Kotaku spotted that at least three of the in-game paintings feature the watermark, one of which is a piece by John Crowther that depicts London’s Ludgate Circus. The Getty Images watermark is used to prevent unauthorised use of works, although in this case it is presumably a case of Square Enix forgetting to remove a placeholder image.
Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII Reunion was released on PS4, PS5, PC, Nintendo Switch, Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One. You can read our review here.
Looking ahead, Square Enix will launch the second part of its Final Fantasy VII Remake project, known as Final Fantasy VII: Rebirth, in Winter 2023 for PS5.
[Source – Kotaku]