Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade Gets Extended Trailer


Get a closer look at Square Enix’s upcoming PlayStation 5 release of Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade with the latest trailer for the game.

An extended cut of the video shown during last month’s State of Play event, fans can see the updated graphics, improved textures, fog effects, lighting, Graphics Optimization Mode (which prioritizes displaying graphics in 4K), Performance Optimization Mode (which targets 60 frames per second), Nomal (Classic) difficulty setting, faster loading times, and Photo Mode coming to the title. A new episode featuring Yuffie will also be included.

The five minutes of footage can be seen below:

FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE INTERGRADE – PS5 Extended and Enhanced Features Video

A retelling of a story beloved by many and appreciated by all, Final Fantasy VII Remake features the protagonist Cloud, who joins forces with Avalanche to take down the infamous Shinra. Unlike the original 1997 release, this JRPG features a more modern, real-time combat system that combines hack ‘n’ slash combat with a strategic twist.

The game will come out on June 10, 2021. You can read our review of the PlayStation 4 version here, which we gave a score of 90/100 and one of our five Game of the Year awards for 2020.

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