Saturday, June 19th, 2021
Posted by CloudANDTidus at 05:46 AM EST
Final Fantasy VII Remake shows up in Epic Games Store database
As reported by RPG Site, Final Fantasy VII Remake has appeared in the back-end of the Epic Games Store. EpicData, a website that scrapes Epic's database for new games, discounts and special offers discovered the new entry, suggesting the Remake might finally be coming to PC.
Final Fantasy VII Remake was originally exclusive to PlayStation for one year, but that seemed to be extended six months when Intergrade was announced for PS5. That window would now end in December, meaning we might see the PC version launch at the end of the year or in early 2022. Recent Square Enix titles such as the Kingdom Hearts collection and Neo: The World Ends With You have been exclusive to the Epic Games Store, so it wouldn't be a surprise if FFVII followed suit.
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Sunday, June 6th, 2021
Posted by CloudANDTidus at 06:08 AM EST
Intergrade previews and First Soldier closed beta
Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade is less than a week away, releasing on 10th June on PlayStation 5. In the run up to the release we've seen video previews released, such as this one from PlayStation Access and this one from IGN.
The PlayStation Blog has also released a short interview with Director Tetsuya Nomura. While the interview doesn't have any massive revelations, Nomura did comment on why Episode INTERmission stars Yuffie as the playable character. "The overarching story follows the original, so considering where this lies in the storyline, Vincent is still in his slumber and Cid is on Shinra’s side, so Yuffie was the only one who would be able to move freely." Nomura explained. We also got treated to a new drawing of Yuffie in her moogle disguise.
In other Intergrade news, it appears the move to PS5 wont get you any hard drive space back, as the game weighs in at around 81GB, a slight reduction from Remakes 86GB. It also sounds like the process of transfering your saves from PS4 to PS5 is less than ideal.
Finally, the closed beta test for The First Soldier is currently running. Android Police describes the game as "somewhat competent" and you can check out their gameplay video here. Aitaikimochi on Twitter has also shared the excellent menu music.
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