Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade and PS5: a team dedicated only to lighting

Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade and PS5: a team dedicated only to lighting

Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade and PS5

At the same time as the release of an extended version of the first trailer for Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade, the Square Enix team shared interesting details on the development process.

Part of the attention, in particular, was dedicated to the revision of the lighting system of the makeover of the JRPG, in order to make the most of the potential offered by the PlayStation 5 hardware. During the "Play! Play! Play!" organized by Sony Japan, producer Yoshinori Kitase confirmed the importance attributed to the material, to the point of having decided to create a special team. The development of Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade - for the first time in the history of the Square Enix series - has therefore been able to take advantage of a pool of experts devoted exclusively to the refinement of lighting, reflections and light effects.



The result is indeed remarkable, with the changes made to the PlayStation 4 version of Final Fantasy VII Remake immediately striking. The renewed lighting system offers a new appeal to both Midgar's exteriors and internal environments, offering more details on the screen and new relief to Cloud and his companions. Directly at the bottom of this news, you can view some screenshots taken from the Japanese event.



We also remind you that during the streaming show a new look at the gameplay of Resident Evil: Village was offered .






Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade: New Extended Trailer Shows Of PS5 Improvements

Sony has shared a new Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade trailer that gives an extended look at the visual enhancements and new features made possible by the PS5.While the trailer is very similar to the one shown during the Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade reveal, we get to see more of the improved visuals directly compared to the PS4 version. Also showcased are such additions as better textures and lighting, fog effects, photo mode, faster load times, and more.

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We've got an extended look at the visual enhancements and new features in Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade, coming to PS5 on June 10: https://t.co/zdt8HIwe5j pic.twitter.com/1lv5YxFVTO

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There will also be a Graphics Optimization Mode that prioritizes displaying graphics at 4K resolution and a Performance Optimization Mode that prioritizes maintaining a 60fps framerate.A Normal (Classic) difficulty will also be added, and it makes FF7 Remake feel a bit more like the original with battles feeling more turn-based.


Another glimpse of Yuffie's new episode is also shown, and gives fans a glimpse of the brand new story that will be part of Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade.


The trailer also reiterates that any who own Final Fantasy VII Remake on PS4 (except those who only have the PS Plus version) will be able to upgrade to this improved PS5 version for free. However, the PS5-exclusive Yuffie episode will cost extra for all owners of the original.

Following Intergrade, which will be released on June 10, Final Fantasy 7 Remake's creative director Tetsuya Nomura confirmed that there will be no future DLC and that the team's focus will be on completing the next entry in the FF7 Remake saga.Have a tip for us? Want to discuss a possible story? Please send an email to newstips@ign.com.

Adam Bankhurst is a news writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @AdamBankhurst and on Twitch.

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