The PlayStation 5 is a great console, and a lot of that admiration stems from the device’s DualSense controller. With haptic feedback, 3D audio, and adaptive triggers, the DualSense controller definitely looks like a step forward from previous generations, and PS5 games that support all of these features have the potential to be a lot more immersive as a result. Unfortunately, when Final Fantasy VII remake Got a PS5 upgrade later this year, it won’t support all of the PS5’s big features.
This is according to Final Fantasy VII remake Director Tetsuya Nomura in an interview with Famitsu (As I mentioned before VGC). Talk a little about what players can expect from Final Fantasy VII remake PS5 upgrade – dubbed Final Fantasy VII Intergrid remake. While we can expect a game that looks better across the board, Nomura says the lighting and textures are where we’ll notice the biggest difference.
He also says players will notice more environmental impacts as they explore the game, which should “enhance a sense of realism and immersion.” The only example he gave of the new environmental influences was the fog, so it is not known what other people will bring in the game.
In terms of improvements for the PS5, Nomura said DualSense’s adaptive triggers are “partially supported” in Final Fantasy VII Intergrid remake. Nomura said, “However, regarding the use of all PlayStation 5 features, please wait until the next game as we can start from scratch.” Therefore, PS5 owners will have to wait for the next release to use the full potential of the DualSense controller.
In addition to giving us some great graphics, Final Fantasy VII Intergrid remake It will show a new episode of Yuffie starring and add a photo mode to the game. It will come out on June 10, while we don’t currently have a timeline for a release of the Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2. We’ll let you know when that changes, so stay tuned.