Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade: The final trailer is full of spoilers

Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade: The final trailer is full of spoilers

Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade

Square Enix has released the final trailer for Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade, which we immediately warn you to be full of spoilers. In fact, in the spectacular video you can see some key moments of the base game and the Episode INTERmission DLC, starring Yuffie Kisaragi.

If you already know the game, watch it without problems, while those who are still a virgin, maybe you will want to save some detail for when he can play it in first person. It is true that Final Fantasy 7 Remake for PS4 was gifted with the Plus in March 2021, but there will surely be those who are waiting for the update to the next-gen version before making the leap.

Now that you we warned, giving you time to think carefully about what to do and your life, we can say that the video itself is truly spectacular and shows some disturbing details about Yuffie's adventure, complete with a fight against a very powerful boss.

Before leaving, we remind you that Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade and the Episode INTERmission DLC will be available for PS5 starting June 10, 2021, that is in just over a month.

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Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade will be PS5 exclusive for at least 6 months

According to the final trailer for Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade, the upgraded RPG will be exclusive to the PlayStation 5 for at least six months.

The original version of Final Fantasy VII Remake was a timed PlayStation exclusive for one year. Fans hoped that a PC or Xbox version would be announced once that period of time was up, but that’s yet to happen. The new Intergrade details now cast even more doubt on the game coming to other platforms anytime soon.

The game’s new trailer ends with a splash screen that mentions the game is a PS5 console exclusive. A bit of fine print specifies that it will be “available on PS5 at least six months earlier than any other format.” That’s specifically referring to the new next-gen upgrade, so there’s still a chance the original version of the game could still come to Xbox before then.

The new Intergrade trailer shows off tons of new footage for the game. Most notably, there’s a new version of Final Fantasy VII‘s classic Fort Condor minigame. It’s a turn-based strategy board game where players command an army of units and fight waves of enemies.

The trailer features a few surprising appearances from the series’ past. Most notably, the villainous Nero from the Dirge of Cerberus spinoff title makes an appearance here. The classic Ramuh summon is showcased as well.

Square Enix has also opened applications for the Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier closed beta. The beta will only take place on Android devices, and applications close May 27.

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