We’ve got a new Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade trailer to dive in and showcasing more of Ramuh’s Summon, Fort Condor, a return of Dirge, and much more. This is also the last trailer for Intergrade ahead of the game’s launch on June 10.
The trailer opens with Cloud and the usual gang as they once again fight an epic battle for survival, only to once again encounter an Arbiter of Fate. But the trailer is much more than the opening sequence, it shows the impressive graphical improvements made for PS5 with certain animations that look much smoother than before. Sephiroth makes another appearance, once again pleading with Cloud to help him “defy fate.”
Yuffie and the newcomers spring into action when they realize plate 7 is about to fall, so they brace themselves and prepare to fight to make sure that doesn’t happen. But not before playing a round of Fort Condor, of course. Fort Condor is a strategic minigame that is a much loved facet of Final Fantasy verse, so rewatching it is a small nod to how the remake continues to bring back what we love most.
Scarlett, the director of advanced weaponry, also makes another appearance, in addition to more fights against Shinra technology. The new boss fights look amazing and having Yuffie and the gang in the remake adds something special for those who have already played the remake on next-gen consoles.
Tetsuya Nomura also revealed during a live streaming event where the trailer first made its debut that Square Enix will have more to share about Final Fantasy VII Part 2 soon, but it promises that development is going well and that it will have a very different atmosphere to it. the experienced players with the first part.
Would you mind betting on when we’ll first see the Final Fantasy VII Part 2 remake? Are you excited for Intergrade and getting your hands on Fort Condor once again? Express your thoughts in the comment section below! You can also check out our game hub here for more information on the specific PlayStation 5 port, including trailers showing the various visual enhancements.