Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade is going to arrive on 10th June. The intergrade will be available for free on PS5 for those users who already owned the PS4 version.

Square Enix the developers of the game have released a new video on social media platforms recently. The Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade will have a lot of new improvements regarding graphics, gameplay, textures, lighting and more.

Final Fantasy 7: Remake Graphics on PS5

The PS5 version of the game will be featuring two new game modes. The graphics mode will have the ability to displaying graphic at 4K resolution. So with 4K, the graphics look even better and the content becomes sharper.

The performance mode priorities the gameplay at 60 fps. With 60 frames per seconds, the gameplay becomes more enjoyable without any lag issue.


The video unveiled by the developers showed up clearly the difference between the texture quality of the upcoming intergrade on Ps5 compared to PS4. The texture is more visible and vibrant than before.

Fog Effect

The Final Fantasy VII Remake on PS5 will feature a fog effect. Adding fog effects makes the gameplay more realistic and have had a better gameplay experience throughout some sections.

The FF7 Remake Intergrade will have better lighting effects compared to the PS4 version. The lights effects are more clear and visible as shown in the video.

Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade Lighting

Photo Mode

The developers have also added a new photo mode in the game. The photo mode will help the players to take screenshots at any visible angle. Also, the players will be able to edit the photo, and can also add filters to the picture.

FF7 Remake New Episode

The game will have a new episode named Yuffie, the character will act like a Ninja Yuffie Kisaragi. A short teaser on the new episode has been revealed at the end of the video. So with all these improvements and other stuff, the players can get hands-on the intergrade version on 10th June.


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