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    Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Version 1.020 Update Out Now

    Improves frame rate and overall performance.

    Square Enix announced the version 1.020 update for Final Fantasy VII Rebirth is now available with improvements to the game’s frame rate and overall performance. Several bug fixes were applied as well. 

    Players who haven’t purchased the game yet can explore the world outside of Midgar right now with the free Final Fantasy VII Rebirth demo. In addition, the demo’s recent “Dawn of a New Era in Junon” update lets players explore a small section of the Junon region. As promised, Square Enix is releasing updates that will improve the game’s overall performance over time.

    Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Version 1.020 Patch Notes

    Final Fantasy VII Rebirth version 1.020 improves frame rate and performance while addressing some lingering bugs from launch. Patch notes for the new update may be read below via Square Enix’s official website (Thanks, Gematsu).

    • Fixed typos and omissions in some text.
    • Fixed a bug that occurred on the map under certain conditions when controlling a character.
    • Fixed a bug in battle in which Red XIII’s abilities “Lunatic High” and “Watcher’s Spirit” could be easily canceled.
    • Fixed a bug in battle in which enemies would stop moving under certain conditions.
    • Fixed a progress bug that occurred during quests under certain conditions.
    • Improved frame rate and overall game stability.
    • Added “Sharp” and “Soft” options to the Performance Mode display settings.
    • Improved the graphics quality.
    • The camera’s reverse setting is now applied when controlling a gliding Chocobo.
    • The camera’s reverse setting is now applied to the sharpshooting mini-game camera.
    • Enhanced guidance support while climbing the ivy in the “Mythril Mine” location.
    • Added difficulty settings to the customization screens for the mini-games “Fort Condor” and “Gears and Gambits.”

    Final Weapon’s review of Final Fantasy VII Rebirth delves into a generational RPG that lives up to the iconic legacy of Final Fantasy VII. The game continues the polarizing story of Final Fantasy VII Remake and becomes even greater as Cloud and his allies venture a vast world in search of Sephiroth.

    Check out Final Weapon’s review of Final Fantasy VII Rebirth in video form: 

    Lastly, Final Fantasy VII Rebirth is available now, exclusively for PlayStation 5. The title will be exclusive to the platform until May 29, 2024. A Standard Edition, Deluxe Edition, and Collector’s Edition are available to purchase now.

    Soul Kiwami
    Soul Kiwami
    Raul Ochoa, a.k.a. Soul Kiwami, is the Managing Editor of Final Weapon and a Games Writer at Game Rant with four years of writing and editing experience. Raul is passionate about the Japanese gaming industry, and he's a huge fan of Nintendo Switch, PC hardware, JRPGs, and fighting games. business email: [email protected] | Muck Rack: https://muckrack.com/raul-landaverde-1

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