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Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade PC Version Performance Is Disappointing

Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade is out now on PC and there have been quite a few impressions for the PC port, and it doesn’t run great.

We have covered a comparison between the PC and PS5 versions of FFVII Remake Intergrade and there is no visual difference between the two platforms. Digital Foundry is working on their technical analysis and their finding suggest that the PC port is less than great.

Even if you have a top-of-the-line PC, RTX 3090 and 10900K, you will face stutters that make the game feel like it is dropping frames even if it is running at 60 FPS. This issue was noticed by one of the editors at Digital Foundry and verified by another, John Linneman. The performance of Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade on PC is thus less than ideal compared to the PS5 version.

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The game also allegedly appears to force dynamic resolution depending on the frame rate, so those who will run it at 120 FPS will run the game at a lower 4K resolution than those who choose to pick 60 FPS. We were not able to verify this claim so we can’t personally comment on it.

The PC version has launched at a higher price point than any other Square Enix game in the game, selling for $69.99. To top it, the game is available exclusively on the Epic Games Store. It comes with the following bonus content.

FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE INTERGRADE contains the following content:

  • DLC “FF7R EPISODE INTERmission” (New episode featuring Yuffie Kisaragi)
  • Weapon: Cacstar
  • Armor: Midgar Bangle
  • Armor: Shinra Bangle
  • Armor: Corneo Armlet
  • Accessory: Superstar Belt
  • Accessory: Mako Crystal
  • Accessory: Seraphic Earrings
  • Summon materia: Carbuncle
  • Summon materia: Chocobo Chick
  • Summon materia: Cactuar

FFVII Remake Intergrade is available now for PS5 and PC. It was developed and published by Square Enix.

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