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News video games 22 March 2021, 15:28

author: Milosz Szubert

Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade Trailer Presents Visual Changes

Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade, an improved, dedicated PS5 edition of the iconic 1997 jRPG remake, received a new trailer. It focuses on presenting the visual effects we can expect from the upcoming release.

As we have known for a long time, Final Fantasy VII Remake, the new version of the famous jRPG developed by Square Enix, will receive an upgraded edition on PlayStation 5, called Intergrade. If you are interested, we invite you to take a look at its fresh trailer. We're posting it below.

As you can see, the latest trailer of Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade focuses primarily on a detailed presentation of the visual improvements that will appear in the upcoming version of the title designed for Sony's latest console. We're talking about, among other things, fog effects and lighting. What's important, if someone puts performance above visual fireworks, it will be possible to limit them by selecting so-called Performance Mode in the options menu, which should provide a smooth 60 fps.

In addition, Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade is to offer faster loading times and the use of DualSense controller features. There will also be a photo mode, which is promised to be "fully customizable".

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PS5 owners will soon be able to enjoy an upgraded version of FF7 Remake.

Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade will debut on June 10, this year. Those who own the PlayStation 4 version of the title will get the option of a free upgrade to Intergrade. At the same time, the Episode Yuffie DLC will debut, focusing on the character of a young ninja and thief. This expansion will be exclusive to PlayStation 5 and will be the only DLC planned for Final Fantasy VII Remake.

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