SAVE $30: Final Fantasy VII Remake is 50% off at Amazon following the announcement that the game will be getting a DLC drop and free PlayStation 5 upgrade on June 10.
Final Fantasy VII Remake was one of our favorite games of 2020 — an opinion that the majority of the gaming space shares — which is why it’s great news that brand-new content for the game is coming very soon. Announced at PlayStation’s State of Play presentation on Feb. 25, Final Fantasy VII Remake will be getting a story DLC add-on titled Intergrade on June 10, which will feature fan-favorite character Yuffie as she embarks on an adventure of her own. Along with the DLC comes a free PlayStation 5 upgrade, a new photo mode, and a new difficulty mode. (Note that Intergrade will be a paid add-on for the game, and will be exclusive to the PlayStation 5 version.)
Just a few months ahead of these new additions, Final Fantasy VII Remake is 50% off the original price at Amazon — if you pick yours up now, you can score that free PS5 upgrade in June when it drops (providing you have a PlayStation 5 console to play it on).
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Final Fantasy VII Remake is a reimagining of the PlayStation classic Final Fantasy VII, putting you back in the boots of Cloud Strife and company as they work to take down the sinister Shinra corporation. You’ll traverse the cyberpunk metropolis of Midgar, dispatching foes within the game’s engaging combat system, taking on side quests, and exploring to your heart’s content with the story’s unforgettable cast of characters. Whether you own a PlayStation 4 or were lucky enough to score a PlayStation 5 already, don’t skip Final Fantasy VII Remake.
Pick up a copy of Final Fantasy VII Remake at Amazon for half-off ahead of the game’s incoming PS5 upgrade and DLC drop.
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