Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade Gets An Extended Feature Trailer (VIDEO)
Square Enix made quite the splash when it announced Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade, the official PS5 version of the remake that includes new Yuffie content exclusive to Sony’s newly released console. While the initial announcement lightly touched upon some of the features that those playing on PS5 will be able to enjoy, a new extended trailer has been released offering a deeper dive into what sets the new PS5 version apart from the version released last year.
Square Enix took to YouTube today to release an almost 6 minute ‘PS5 Extended and Enhanced Features’ video. The trailer shows several comparison clips from the party’s time in Midgar, showing off a split-screen comparison between the PS4 and PS5 version of Final Fantasy VII Remake. Check it out below:
“In this extended video, take a look at the city of Midgar like never before, with improved textures, lighting and background environments,” the video’s descrption reads. “Switch between two game modes “Graphics Mode,” which prioritizes 4K high-resolution graphics, and “Performance Mode,” which prioritizes smooth action at 60 frames per second, and capture and share your favorite moments of this timeless adventure with a fully customizable “Photo Mode.” Enjoy immersive battles by using the DualSense wireless controller, with its haptic feedback integration.”
Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade releases for the PS5 on June 10th, 2021.
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