Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade, Ps5 Vs Pc: Cloud Returns To Video Comparison

With the debut of the remaking on Steam finally become reality, the PC performances of Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade are now the subject of interesting insights.

Obviously, the video analysis made by El Analysta de Bits, with the now famous content creator that has promptly compared the console and PC editions of Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade. With the video comparison you find in the opening of this news, you can discover details about JRPG’s frame rate, resolution and technical section, in its incarnation for PlayStation 5 and Steam.

In the movie, the console version of Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade is presented in Quality Mode, with 2160p resolution and 30 fps frame rate. The PC used for the test is powered by an NVIDIA RTX 3080 GPU. On Steam, the JRPG allows you to set the frame rate value you prefer, up to a maximum of 120 fps: dynamic resolution will be adapted to keep the gaming experience fluid. On the technical front, the video analysis confirms the inclusion of all the improvements already introduced on PS5 through the patch last June.

In evaluating the work done by Square Enix for the PC version of Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade, El Analysta de Bits is quite critical. The product, he says, seems to be a simple porting of the PS5 version, without the possibility of changing many settings, except for shadows, textures and NPC numbers. In addition to the changes in frame rate, support to HDR for the PC version of JRPG is also indicated.

Leaving you to the video comparison, we remember that there seems to be new arrival for Red XIII in Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade.

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