A couple of days ago Sony has declared all of the freebies to PlayStation Plus subscribers next month. Moreover, the company has included our Game of the Year for 2020.
The chief attraction from next month’s selection is the fantastic Final Fantasy 7 Remake. The original version of the game was first released back in April 2020 to commercial and critical recognition.
It’s great, and we’re really astonished it has happened to Sony’s online subscription service very early. Nevertheless, this week further viewed the release of a PS5 version in the formation of Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade.
However, all the user are not entitled to this free upgrade. According to the company, the people who play the game for the first time on PlayStation Plus are not going to be entitled to a free upgrade to the latest console. In fact, they will need to pay for both the improvements and the latest narrative content.
Furthermore, apart from Final Fantasy 7 Remake, the additional games included in the March line-up are Remnant: From The Ashes, Farpoint, and Maquette. It’s an astonishingly solid ensemble of games, all of which are going to be playable on PS5 due to backward compatibility.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade is going to add improved visuals, enhanced resolution, and performance. The latest characteristics like a photo mode and additional quality of life modifications will additionally be offered as part of the latest version.
Moreover, popular characters Yuffie Kisaragi and newcomer Sonon will be part of a modish narrative augmentation with different story factors, places, and conflicts which will complement the base game in several ways.
— PlayStation (@PlayStation) February 26, 2021
A character from divisive PS2 spin-off Dirge of Cerberus is indeed highlighted in the trailer that reveals this remake is gone in a few wild areas. It will release particularly for the PS5 on June 10th as both a single product and a free upgrade for current holders.
The latest story content will have to be bought by all members, which appeared to be a good opportunity provided the upgrade itself is completely free of cost. PlayStation Plus subscribers are going to be liable to no such goodwill nevertheless and will require to cough up the dough for it all.