Tetsuya Nomura, co-director of the first episode of the Final Fantasy VII remake, in a recent interview with Famitsu magazine, commented on the technical features of the PS5 version of the game.
Recall that as part of the State of Play episode last week, Square Enix announced Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade – an improved and expanded edition of the project for the new Sony console.
On the current generation console, the game will offer improved graphics and performance, photo mode and, as it turned out, only partial support for the DualSense controller.
According to Nomura, for the PS5 version of the first episode of the Final Fantasy VII remake, the developers have implemented only a few of the features of the gamepad, which will not have tactile feedback.
“We use adaptive triggers in some areas. In terms of using the full range of PlayStation 5 features, please wait until the next game we can start over. “Nomura explained.
As such, the potential of the PlayStation 5 in the Final Fantasy VII remake will not happen until Episode 2 is released. He still does not have a release date, but he has a new leader – Naoki Hamaguchi.
The first release of the Final Fantasy VII remake debuted on PS4 in April 2020, and will reach PS5 on June 10 this year. Owners of the PS4 game are entitled to a free upgrade, but with caveats.
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