Final Fantasy 7 Remake is coming to PlayStation 5 on June 10th as Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade.
It’s coming to the PS5 with rebuilding, improved textures, fog effects, lighting and faster loading times, as well as a new photo mode and support for the tactile feedback of the DualSense controller. It will be able to be played in Performance Mode running at 60 FPS or in Graphics Mode giving priority to 4K resolution.
Those who own Final Fantasy 7 Remake for PS4 can upgrade and migrate their saved data to the PS5 version for free, with one exception. PS5 Digital Edition owners cannot upgrade their physical PS4 copy to the digital PS5 version.
Alongside the improved PS5 version, Square Enix will release a brand new episode for Final Fantasy 7 Remake, where you will play as ninja Yuffie Kisaragi and infiltrate the dark Shinra Corporation to play a powerful materia and bring glory back to his hometown. The DLC will be available for an additional, currently unspecified fee and will be PS5 exclusive.
The standard version of Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade costs $ 70, while the $ 90 Digital Deluxe Edition combines the PS5 game with a new Yuffie episode, a digital mini soundtrack, and a digital art book.