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Final Fantasy VII Remake is coming on PS5 but with one giant boost in the form of a fresh new episode. This additional material will be fully dedicated to Yuffie Kisaragi — a new character in this world/ Also The Verge states in the original article that PS5 expansion of the game will be called Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade.

More details about the new character. Yuffie Kisaragi is a new playable character and she is ninja on a mission to infiltrate the Shinra Corporation alongside Sonon, a member of a separate Avalanche cell.

Beside the new content, the PS5 version will get a technical update. To be more clear the game will have faster load times, a new 60 fps performance mode and graphic upgrade for 4K. The title will also get a new photo mode, and an interview with director Tetsuya Nomura in Weekly Famitsu reveals it’ll have partial support for the DualShock 5’s adaptive triggers as well, with more support planned for the next installment. Nomura also says that you’ll always control Yuffie in battle in the new episode; Sonon can take commands, but won’t be directly playable.

Good news for PS4 owner with the original Final Fantasy VII Remake, you’ll get the PS5 version for free. Sad news for PS4 owners a brand-new episode with Yuffie will be available for extra payment.

Final Fantasy VII Remake launched in April 2020 for PlayStation 4, the first of a still-unknown number of entries in an episodic retelling of the original game. It focused entirely on Midgar — a sprawling city that made up only a few hours in the PlayStation version of Final Fantasy VII. On top of re-creating the game’s entire world, fleshing out its characters, and adding entirely new storylines and characters, VII Remake also hinted at major changes in the game’s canonized story.

Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade will come in both physical edition and digital editions for $69.99, with a Digital Deluxe Edition for $89.99 on the PlayStation Store that includes a soundtrack and digital art book. Each version includes the original base game and the PS5 patch. Since the original PS4 game retailed for $59.99, we’re hoping the downloadable Yuffie episode will only cost $10, but Square Enix hasn’t announced pricing yet.

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