- Mar 6, 2013
This gives me Miles Morales and Uncharted Lost Legacy vibes, just not as exciting without Cloud imo, also i was done with the city after the whole remake, cutscenes should be charming though
I'm sorry but, that PS4 vs. PS5 comparison is sad..
An updated, improved and expanded version of Final Fantasy VII Remake has just been announced for PS5
Coming to PlayStation 5 on June 10th
The title will have better graphics and players will be able to count on additional content
Include a brand-new episode: play as the ninja Yuffie Kisaragi and infiltrate the Shinra Corporation to steal a powerful materia
Switch between “Graphics Mode” that prioritizes high quality 4K graphics and “Performance Mode” that prioritizes smooth action at 60FPS.
Those who own the physical or digital PS4 version of FFVII Remake and want to experience the PS5 enhancements can upgrade to the PS5 version at no extra cost and carry over their save from the PS4 version.
PS4 players who upgrade will still need to purchase the new episode featuring Yuffie separately.
Faster load times and new photo mode
Wow, not only are we getting graphical enhancements they are even doing little things rebalancing the colors.
Looks like they bumped up the color. It's more vibrant now. And there's more/better lightmaps to get that extra bounce lighting effect.
Isn’t it already dynamic 1620p/30 on the PS4 Pro?
They could easily, EASILY achieve 1620p/60 as a bare minimum.
I would expect seeing at least 1800p/60.
Game's director role: "you create a road map for the game at large. Once the vision is laid out, you work with a development team to fill in all the technical, aesthetic, and narrative details."Man you're stupid, no really grade A dunce, read the damn credits! each and every FF7 including the original, remake and all of the spinoffs has been written by Kazushige Nojima.
L O L you're complaining about the writing per this post.Game's director role: "you create a road map for the game at large. Once the vision is laid out, you work with a development team to fill in all the technical, aesthetic, and narrative details."
Please think before posting, dude.
But then you go after the guy who's job is not to choose what the characters say or where the stories go, yeah I'm the idiot who can't read, your Nomura hate boner is as pathtic as it's impotent.Well, since it's Nomura-san expect more "the power of friendship", "I'm darkness and no one understand my pain - cringe edgelord", "I wanna be a hero who save everyone - Kiddie Shonen garbage" shit like that.
This was uploaded about an hour ago. Has a minor new scene at 4:36 not shown in previous trailers
Probably pointless to ask this but is it safe to assume that part 2 wont be on PS4?
At least Im glad that when I do get a PS5 I can still use my old disc to upgrade the game.
Can't speak for the top half of the comment, but I have a feeling anywhere between $19.99-$29.99 for the Yuffie episode. Will probably depend on how long/much the content is.
FFXV episodes gladio, prompto and ignis were priced at $5 each. I can't imagine episode Yuffie would cost more than all 3 of those combined.
FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE INTERGRADE is available to pre-order now from local and online retailers, and digitally as a Standard Edition for $69.99 or Digital Deluxe Edition for $89.99 at the PlayStation®Store. For users who download the free FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE PlayStation 5 enhancement update, the new episode featuring Yuffie, titled FF7R EPISODE INTERmission, will be available as a separate purchase on the PlayStation®Store for $19.99 starting June 10, 2021.