Six months to the day after its release, Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade takes advantage of the Game Awards to finally announce its arrival on PC. And not in six months, eh.
His period of exclusivity will have lasted too long: on the occasion of the Game Awards 2021, publisher Square Enix took the opportunity to put an end to the suspense, and announce the arrival of Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade on PC via the Epic Games Store on December 16. Yes, this Thursday.
His head is in the clouds
Roleplayers who have held their own will therefore be able to enjoy the full version of the industry’s most anticipated remake in its best version, sincein addition to offering the chapter episode dedicated to Yuffie, which was not a simple bonus, the PC version of Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade will be displayed in 4K at 120 frames per second for the best equipped PCists. This is likely to spark sparks, since the PlayStation 5 version at 60 frames per second already raised the level of play compared to the original released in April 2020.
While waiting for its release, you can always dive back into our test at the time:
The arrival of Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade allows the adventure to gain a little height, and to offer a real extra class by offering the choice of a resolution in 4K or a frame rate at 60 fps. Yuffie’s chaptered foray into Midgar turns out to be nice, as much in terms of script in its combat mechanics, but probably a little wise to justify on its own a new checkout. Those who have succeeded in the feat of holding on until then will have no reason to shy away from their pleasure, as the experience turns out to be more than complete this time.