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.FF7CCMODEL File Extension

File TypeCrisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Model

DeveloperSquare Enix
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CategoryGame Files

What is an FF7CCMODEL file?

An FF7CCMODEL file is a 3D model used in Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII, an action RPG for the PlayStation Portable (PSP). It contains a character, monster, prop, or environmental feature that appears in the game. You will encounter FF7CCMODEL files only if you download or create a disk image of Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII and extract FF7CCMODEL files from that disk image.

More Information

Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII is a prequel to Final Fantasy VII, the classic PlayStation RPG published by Square in 1997. In Crisis Core, players play as SOLDIER Zack Fair and progress through a series of events that take place seven years before Final Fantasy VII.

While Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII was published for only the PSP, Final Fantasy and PSP enthusiasts have created versions of the game that can be played on a PC using a PSP emulator. Most players are content to simply play the game on their PC, but others sometimes examine and modify the game's files, including its FF7CCMODEL files.

How do I open an FF7CCMODEL file?

To extract an FF7CCMODEL file from a Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII disk image and convert it to a more usable file format, follow the instructions found here. Note that you will need access to Noesis (Windows) and a text editor to extract and convert models correctly.

After you extract and convert an FF7CCMODEL file using Noesis, you can open the converted file using most any 3D modeling software, such as Blender (cross-platform) or Autodesk 3ds Max (Windows).

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Updated 10/12/2020

About FF7CCMODEL Files

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