Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade: PlayStation Plus subscribers can upgrade to PS5 for free

Joe Juba scored 8.75 points when it was launched on PlayStation 4 in 2020, saying: “Through clever (and surprising) additions to the classic world and its inhabitants, the Final Fantasy VII remake is clever It attracts nostalgia without being bound by it.” Remake Intergrade was launched on PS5 last summer, which disappointed fans who were unable to access the next generation of game consoles. Nonetheless, PS Plus subscribers who redeem the original Remake through Sony-owned game services will receive a free Intergrade upgrade. More importantly, Yuffie Intermission DLC is available for a limited time at a discounted price.

The Final Fantasy VII remake Twitter account posted a tweet detailing the good news (see above). The content of the post is as follows:

“From this Wednesday [December 22]…PS Plus subscribers who previously redeemed “Final Fantasy VII Remake” via PlayStation Plus will be able to upgrade to the PS5 version of the game. There will be a 25% discount for a limited time during the intermission of the DLC episode starring Yuki Yufi! “

Therefore, if you own a PlayStation 5 and own Remake through PS Plus, please pay attention to the Remake Intergrade update later this week! In addition, the rest of the episode is totally worth your time. I reviewed Yuffi’s journey and enjoyed seeing Midgar through her eyes:

“The rest of the episode is brought to life by her lively but stupid protagonist. I like the way Yuffie’s personality is reflected in the countless ways she interacts with each setting-for example, sliding down a pole or throwing a shuriken on A mechanical switch in the distance to solve environmental problems. Exploration and combat are supported by an eclectic score with a jazz trumpet and roaring guitar improvisation… I can’t wait to see how [Yuffie] Suitable for the next step of Remake. “

In other Final Fantasy news, the 2021 Game Awards announced the PC port of VII Remake Intergrade. Recently, due to Endwalker congestion issues, Final Fantasy XIV was temporarily removed from the store.