The refreshed version of Final Fantasy VII may require less space on PlayStation 5 than on Sony's older console, but don't expect a major streamlining. Intergrade Edition requires us to download nearly 81.34GB of data (via PlayStation Game Size). On PS4, the players have to prepare nearly 86 GB of space on the console's disk.
Final Fantasy VII Remake: Intergrade's reduces data volume size is thanks to the efficient file compression technology of Sony's new console, although in this case, the effect is not particularly impressive. It should also be noted that we have no idea whether this amount includes the possible (or rather, almost certain) release patch or the PS5-exclusive Intermission expansion. So it may be that the players will need to download even more data. Fortunately, the process can be started tomorrow, which should give enough time for even those with slower connections to make it before Final Fantasy VII Intergrade's release, scheduled on June 10. That said, there's still the matter of PS5 disk space...
- Final Fantasy VII Remake - official website
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