Final Fantasy VII Remake’s Yuffie DLC Cost Revealed (VIDEO)

If you told me a few years back that Yuffie was in Midgar while Cloud & friends were blowing up reactors I probably would’ve laughed at you. That said, the Final Fantasy VII Remake is a completely different beast thanks to the mysterious direction Square Enix is taking the story in, so the surprise Yuffie DLC was apparently on the publisher’s list of possibilities. Now, the cost of said DLC for those upgrading their games to the PS5 version has been revealed.

Those that plan on purchasing Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade – the official PS5 version of the game – will need to pay $70 for the game, which will automatically include the Yuffie DLC that will seemingly take place around when the 2nd reactor explodes (when Cloud falls to Aerith’s house). The Butterfinger DLC will also likely be free to download, for those wondering. Those upgrading their PS4 games to the PS5 version will be able to do so for free, though the DLC will need to be purchased separately for the price of around $20.

Final Fantasy VII Remake's Yuffie DLC Cost Revealed (VIDEO)

The pricing for the Yuffie DLC comes by way of the Japanese Square Enix website, which lists the price that PS4 players will need to pay to upgrade to the PS5 version as 100 yen, about $1. Below that the site lists the Yuffie DLC cost as 2,178 yen, which converts to a little over $20. While a USD price for the DLC has yet to be announced, it’s a good bet that it’ll clock in around $20 to match the price in Japan.

Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade releases for the PS5 on June 10th, 2021.

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Ryan is the Lead Editor for Don't Feed the Gamers. When he isn't writing, Ryan is likely considering yet another playthrough of Final Fantasy IX. He's also the DFTG cinnamon bun.

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