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Choose Set Timer 20 Minutes Or 30 Minutes In Final Fantasy 7 Remake

Choose 20 Minutes Or 30 Minutes In Final Fantasy 7 Remake
In the FF7 Remake Mako Reactor 1 mission you get to set the timer for the explosives. In this guide on Choose Set Timer 20 Minutes Or 30 Minutes In Final Fantasy 7 Remake we break down the differences on whether you choose the Twenty Minutes option, or Thirty Minutes Option.

The FF7 Remake Demo features the entirety of the first main mission, destroying Mako Reactor 1. Much like the original game, this involves fighting through a Shinra Reactor before planting explosives and blowing it to smithereens, hopefully escaping first. The choice on what to set the timer for the explosives comes towards the end of the mission.

Choose Set Timer 20 Minutes Or 30 Minutes In Final Fantasy 7 Remake

If You Choose To Set Timer For 20 Minutes
Barret calls you “Pretty Cocky” and then you encounter the Scorpion Sentinel boss battle. The timer does not begin until the boss battle has finished, so you’re not rushed to take down this challenging enemy. Once you have defeated the boss you have 20 minutes to escape the reactor before it blows. It’s not even remotely difficult. You can easily escape within 4-5 minutes on your first play through.

If You Choose To Set Timer For 30 Minutes
Barret asks you if that’s long enough for you. As before, you have to take down the Scorpion Sentinel and the timer does not start until you have completed the fight. The rest is much the same, identical to choosing the 20 minute timer.

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