Fans can expect the stellar story mode of the original Final Fantasy VII Remake to be enhanced with performance and quality modes. In performance mode, the game targets a consistent 60fps. In quality mode, the game targets 4K resolution for stunning visuals on PS5. Overall, the game featuring new improvements like better lighting, textures, fog effects and more! Additionally, a photo mode is added to capture those stunning moments as they happen.
Players who currently own the PS4 version may upgrade to the PS5 version at no additional cost in the west (100 yen fee in Japan). The Intergrade content featuring Yuffie’s story episode is available as a separate purchase for those who upgrade. Yuffie’s story episode is two chapters long and sees her as the main character. Yuffie is good at close range and long range attack with her deadly shuriken and ninjutsu. She teams up with Sonon Kusakabe who studied under Godo Kisaragi, Yuffie’s father. Sonon specializes in bojutsu and kenpo. In the new story, both are after the “ultimate materia”.
In the field, Yuffie uses her materia-stealing skills to tranverse the world like walking across a wire mesh or using shuriken to destroy distant objects. Sonon follows right behind her in the field.
Physical editions of Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade include a download code for the new content featuring Yuffie. Box art is still pending so the game case shown below is not final:
Lastly, Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade releases on June 10th for PS5 worldwide. Stay tuned at Final Weapon for the latest Japanese gaming news and feel free to support us on Patreon!