A new Final Fantasy VII remake The update is now available on PlayStation 4, introducing a new feature to the game.
Update 1.02 introduces the ability to transfer save files to the PlayStation 5 version of the game, which will be released worldwide next week. Other than that, the update doesn’t seem to introduce any other new functionality or change.
Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade is the name of the PlayStation 5 version of the game, which will feature visual enhancements, two display modes, DualSense controller support, and a new story episode featuring Yuffie.
- Immerse yourself in the city of Midgar like never before, with enhanced textures, lighting and background environments. Players can switch between two game modes:
- “Graphics mode” gives priority to high resolution 4K graphics
- “Performance Mode” prioritizes smooth action at 60 frames per second
- Capture and share your memorable in-game moments with a fully customizable ‘photo mode’
- Enjoy immersive battles using the DualSense wireless controller, with its haptic feedback integration, and enjoy dynamic bike races with its adaptive triggers.
- New difficulty settings for “Classic Mode” offer new ways to play
- Immerse yourself in the action faster with optimized load times
In this new adventure, play as ninja Yuffie Kisaragi as she infiltrates the dark Shinra Corporation to steal powerful materia and restore glory to his homeland. Play alongside new characters and enjoy an expanded gaming experience with several new combat and gameplay additions, bringing a new perspective to the story of FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE not to be missed.
Final Fantasy VII Remake is now available on PlayStation 4. Intergrade will be released next week, June 10, for PlayStation 5. Learn more about the game by checking out our PlayStation 4 version review.
Remaking Final Fantasy VII properly is something that was always going to be very difficult to achieve. All things considered, Square Enix did a good job with Part 1, but the controversial ending will divide the fanbase: some will love it, others will hate it. There is no denying, however, that the developer has managed to make it feel like an epic journey by simply using a small slice of the whole adventure.