Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade’s Yuffie DLC Is A Separate Download
There’s been quite a lot of excitement regarding Yuffie’s inclusion in the first part of the Final Fantasy VII Remake since the ‘Intergrade’ edition was announced earlier this year. While fans of the original are naturally pumped to test out Wutai’s finest with modern graphics and gameplay, the Yuffie ‘INTERmission’ DLC is unfortunately a PS5 exclusive for at least another six months, which means that those looking to get in on the action will need to upgrade to the PS5. Now, it has also been revealed that the Yuffie DLC will need to be downloaded separately from the base game, even for those that purchase the physical disc version.
As reported by Twisted Voxel, Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade will be available for purchase both digitally and physically at retail stores, though neither version will come with the Yuffie DLC ‘baked in’, so to speak. Those that pick up a physical copy of Intergrade will find a DLC code for INTERmission that can be redeemed on the PlayStation Store, while those that go the digital route will need to download two items: the base game, and the INTERmission DLC.
It’s strange to think that what is essentially the definitive version of the first part of the Final Fantasy VII Remake still requires a separate download to get the full experience. It’s unknown why Square Enix chose to go this route, though it could have something to do with a desire for consistency across all platforms. Those that own the PS4 version of Final Fantasy VII Remake can upgrade to the PS5 version for free, though the Yuffie DLC will still need to be purchased separately for $19.99. Between that and the digital and physical PS5 versions, everyone’s going to have to head to the PlayStation Store to snag the new Yuffie content.
Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade releases for PS5 on June 10, 2021.
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