In addition, an image that indicates the exclusivity of “at least 6 months” of this version, arouses speculation.
Are you looking forward to Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade? It will arrive in just over a month and will mean the premiere of the saga on PS5, with an improved version, at resolution 4K and 60 frames per second. Square Enix has released the final trailer of the adventure and leaves very interesting details, such as sequences gameplay showing the technical potential of the new version. Of course, there may be the odd spoiler, so be careful if you have not completed FF7 Remake.
FF7 Remake Intergrade will expand the universe of the saga on June 10The trailer goes to more, of course, and shows scenes from the additional chapter that this Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade will have, starring Yuffie, an old acquaintance of the saga. His story will join with that of Cloud, Barret, Aerith and company, but it will also have its own enemies, as we can see in the sequence, where we can also see the new combat system, adapted to the skills of the fierce Wutai fighter. The sequence ends with a heartbreaking scream from the protagonist, so the narrative will be, as always, a key piece.
At the end of the video there is a detail that has already generated some debate in forums and social networks, since it is pointed out that Final Fantasy 7 Remake Integrade will be exclusive to PS5 on consoles for “at least six months before it hits another format”. In this way, the options are opened so that at the beginning of 2022 the adventure expands to other systems such as Xbox Series.
New details of FF7 Remake Part 2
We already know that this chapter will serve as a link to the continuation of the Final Fantasy 7 universe. Tetsuya Nomura, producer of the saga and who this time will leave aside the direction, has given new details about Part 2 which, at the moment, does not have a release date.
The creative assures in an interview to the Famitsu portal that “development is going well”, and that the second installment will start at the exact point where this Intergrade ends. About the game itself, he says he will offer a different atmosphere than the first, and that Cloud will wander the desert in adventure; following in the footsteps of the original, where the world expanded with the world map. Remember that FF7 Remake Intergrade hits stores on June 10.
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