The legendary Final Fantasy 7 came back in April 2020 as a remake version after the original game made almost a quarter of a century ago. Final Fantasy VII Remake became one of the fastest-selling games for the PS4 console, selling more than 3.5 million copies in just three days.
With the launch of the PS5 console by Sony at the end of the previous year, it’s obvious that FF7 Remake would be capable of even more exciting graphical performance.
Faster load times
The new version of the game is improved with faster load times, better textures and lighting, fog effects, photo mode, and more. Feel free to check out the video:
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We've got an extended look at the visual enhancements and new features in Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade, coming to PS5 on June 10: https://t.co/zdt8HIwe5j pic.twitter.com/1lv5YxFVTO
— PlayStation (@PlayStation) March 21, 2021
IGNÂ also reveals that there will be a Graphics Optimization Mode for displaying 4K graphics as a priority, as well as a Performance Optimization Mode for prioritizing a 60fps framerate.
It’s only a matter of time until Final Fantasy 7 Remake will become available for PlayStation 5 machines. AnÂ official descriptionÂ says:
FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE is coming to PlayStation 5 on June 10th 2021 as FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE INTERGRADE; a visually enhanced edition of the critically acclaimed and award winning game, featuring a brand new episode featuring Yuffie as the main character, and numerous gameplay additions for players to enjoy.
FF7 RemakeÂ is the first game in a planned series that remakes the famous 1997 related title. Players have to take charge of the mercenary Cloud Strife as he lives in the dystopian metropolis of Midgar. The guy joins AVALANCHE, meaning an eco-terrorist group that tries to stop the megacorporation Shirna from the evil deed of using the planet’s life essence as a source of energy. During the gameplay, the player can enjoy real-time action, strategy, as well as role-playing elements.
FF7 Remake was developed and published by Square Enix. The game was initially made exclusive for PS4 consoles.