Final Fantasy 7 Remake: Part 2 will take full advantage of PS5 features

Final Fantasy 7 Remake: Part 2 will take full advantage of PS5 features

Final Fantasy 7 Remake

Last week, Square Enix introduced Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade, an optimized PS5 version of the RPG. In an interview with Famitsu, Tetsuya Nomura has now revealed that Intergrade will not get everything out of the next-gen console yet. Here fans have to wait for the second part of the new edition, which has not yet been officially scheduled.

As you could already see in the trailer for Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade, players can look forward to improvements in graphics and lighting and look forward to the textures. Other environmental effects such as fog have also been added to the title. Better sound quality through 3D audio will only be available in the sequel. The same applies to the haptic feedback from the DualSense controller. Initially, only the adaptive shoulder buttons are supported here.

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Final Fantasy 7 Remake leads PS Plus free games for March

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Final Fantasy 7 Remake was the star of Sony's State of Play on Thursday with the reveal of a PlayStation 5 upgrade and an upcoming update called Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade. Then on Friday, the company released its lineup for its free PS Plus games for March, with the remake front and center. 

Remnant: From the Ashes, Maquette, Farpoint and FF7 Remake are the four free games available starting March 2 for PS Plus subscribers. Maquette is a first-person puzzle game for the PS5, Remnant is a first-person shooter similar in style to Dark Souls, and Farpoint is a PlayStation VR game with players trying to survive on a hostile alien world. 

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The Final Fantasy 7 Intergrade upgrade will include the debut of the ninja Yuffie, a fan favorite from the original game. Also shown on Thursday was the free PS5 upgrade for the game, which will offer 4K, 60 frame-per-second graphics. However, Sony says the FF7 Remake available for free with PS Plus isn't eligible for the upgrade, meaning those interested will need to buy the full game if they want the step-up in fidelity. 

Released last April, FF7 Remake is, as the name states, a remake of Final Fantasy 7 from the original PlayStation, but it's not the entire game. Players step into the shoes of Cloud Strife in Midgar, which was the first section of the original game. 

PS Plus is Sony's subscription service for its PlayStation platform. Subscribers pay $9.99 monthly or $59.99 annually to receive free games every month and the ability to play multiplayer games online.