Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade’s port PC disappointed those players who expected major technical improvements compared to the PlayStation 5 version of the JRPG of Square-Enix. The tireless modders, however, provide the tools to embellish the graphics of the game and enrich the visual experience.
The YouTube Digital Dreams channel shared a new movie with which we can appreciate a new package of mods dedicated to the game directed by Tetsuya Nomura, thanks to which you can reach 8K resolution on PC. The Reshade Ray Tracing, although inevitably of inferior quality compared to a real Ray Tracing, also contributes to improving the lighting system and the effects of environmental occlusion.
Despite the interventions of the modders (which among other things have allowed to unlock the Difficult mode immediately), the port carried out by Square-Enix continues to lack some features particularly appreciated by PC users, including support to NVIDI
Leaving you to the Digital Dreams showcase, we remind you that Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade is now available on PC (via Epic Games Store) and PlayStation 5. A crazy mod of the Square-Enix roleplay lets you turn Sephiroth into Ronald McDonald.