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author: Agnes Adamus

Final Fantasy 7 Remake PC Only in 2022; Final Trailer for Intergrade Available

The latest trailer of Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade was published, presenting fragments of gameplay. It was also informed that the title is exclusive to PS5, which puts the PC version further away. Director Tetsuya Nomura announced that the second part of the remake will have a different atmosphere than the predecessor.

Fans of the Final Fantasy series have no reason to complain these days. Recently a broadcast took place, during which the final trailer for Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade was presented. We also learned that the second part of the remake will offer a different atmosphere than its predecessor.

Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade in new trailer

The trailer lasts almost 4 minutes. You can see impressive cutscenes and fragments of gameplay showing mainly battle scenes. There are also fragments of a new mini-game called Fort Condorin which we fight tactical battles on a special board with the use of combat machines. All of this displayed at 60 FPS. If you are interested, you can see the whole trailer below.

Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade will debut on June 10, this year on PlayStation 5. Everyone who purchased the original version of the game will be entitled to a free upgrade. At the same time, the Episode Yuffie DLC will launch. Interestingly, Sony guaranteed a six-month exclusivity period for Intergrade. This means that the PC port will appear in 2022 at the earliest.

Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2 preview

During the broadcast, series director Tetsuya Nomura also mentioned that work on the second part of the remake of Final Fantasy VII remake is going very well (via Game Informer). While no footage was presented, we did get a small hint of what we can expect from the second part.

According to Nomura Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2 will have a completely different atmosphere than the first part. He also suggested that we imagine the game's main character, Cloud, in a "vast natural environment".

At this point it is not known when we will get the full announcement of Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2. However, it is possible that we will not have to wait long for it.

  1. Final Fantasy VII Remake - official website
  2. Square Enix - official website
  3. Final Fantasy VII Remake – Review of the Most Iconic jRPG Ever
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