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Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade Won’t Utilize All PS5 Features, Sequel Will Use Full Potential

Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade is coming to the PS5 but the game might not fully utilize all PS5 features, but the director suggests waiting for the sequel.

In a new interview that was published in Famitsu, the game’s co-director Tetsuya Nomura talked about his work on the new Intergrade version as well as hinting at the upcoming sequel utilizing the full PS5 features.

While Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade will use some of the PS5 features and offer improved visuals, it won’t support 3D Audio or Haptics. According to Nomura, to see them used in the game, fans have to wait for the sequel which will utilize them.

“In regards to the graphics, the lighting and textures have been adjusted, but we’ve also added fog elements to the environment, giving you an even more immersive experience as you enter the world. We also have a mode that allows for 4K and runs on 60fps, ” said Nomura.

Speaking about Haptics, Nomura replied: “We have a few things that incorporates the adaptive triggers. However, in regards to fully utilizing the PS5 various features, we hope you can please wait for the next installment to experience it.”

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Final Fantasy VII Remake PS4 version has also been announced for the PS Plus. This version won’t be eligible for a free upgrade to the PS5 version, however, those who own a physical or digital copy of the game can upgrade to the PS5 version free of cost, but they will have to get the Yuffie DLC separately.

Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade will be out on June 10, 2021, for the PS5. Those who purchase the PS5 version for $69.99 will be able to get the Yuffie DLC as part of the game, while those who have upgraded to the PS5 version free of cost will have to purchase the DLC separately once it launches for the PS5.


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