Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition has online multiplayer, and because it has crossplay your friends list is handled entirely within the game. Yep, that means individually adding all your friends manually. There is a way to do this, and if you’ve ever used the Nintendo Switch friend codes you’ll find yourself in familiar territory. If you were hoping to play locally allow me to disappoint you up front: Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition does not have local co-op.
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles lets you add friends either with a code, or after “following” each other.
There are few ways to add people to your friends list in Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition, and one method requires friend codes. I know, I know; I’m excited too. Let’s begin with the most complicated ways to add friends first.
From the Set Out Together tab in the main menu (accessible via the World Map) you’ll find the Host, Join, Quickmatch, and the Journey Log. The easiest way to add friends from here is to reference your Journey Log: the last 100 people you’ve played with will appear here, and you can follow any of them. If someone you follow follows you back you’re friends, simple as that. That said, this may require some coordination, and hoping to run into someone you know randomly via matchmaking isn’t optimal. That’s where the friend codes come into play.
These codes are found in the Friends tab of the main menu, and it’s the best place to manage your friends (who woulda thought). It’s also here where you’ll find your short One-Time code, and longer friend code.
The One-Time invite code works exactly as it says on the tin: it’s a 30 minute code, and after it expires so does the invite to your friends list. You can certainly use it to quickly coral your buddies into a match, then add each other after via the Journey Log, but there’s an even simpler method: the Invite Code in the top-right of the Friends menu. You can message this to your pals (outside the game, naturally), and they can input this code within the search bar to find you. Follow them back, and voila, you’re friends.
You can further use the Friends menu to manage your existing friends, or to pull up the Journey Log to add people. Invite codes are helpful here, but you’ll still need to follow each other to officially become friends.
- This article was updated on:August 27th, 2020