Let’s face it, most of the fans who followed the event focused on Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier. Final Fantasy VII remake In the form of a trailer. Few fans thought they would see or hear something from the infamous Part Two, while the rest remained down to earth and were not disappointed, as Square Enix had already released a new trailer for Final Fantasy VII Intergrid For PlayStation 5 and, above all, the eponymous DLC Interruption of the loop. Let’s see together what we discovered new about the content bundle due out in June.
Interruption of the loop
The first part of the trailer is a brief roundup of scenes that often point to the last tapes of Final Fantasy VII Remake: an inexplicable choice that anticipates some very important twists for anyone waiting for Intergrade to release to play Square Enix’s title on PlayStation 5. In other words, if you haven’t played and completed Final Fantasy VII Remake yet, jump right up to about 1’11 “from the video below. Summary without spoilers, the first minute of the trailer shows graphics, Final Fantasy VII shows us a remake in PlayStation 5 : Smoother, more detailed, and better lighting, in particle riots and crackling battles.To be honest, this next-gen beta also features a very short sequence to clash with WeissA new boss, Cloud and his colleagues will only be able to confront in Chadley’s VR simulator and that doesn’t have to do with the actual game narration.
Does this mean we dodged the humble return of Dirge of Cerberus with a hair width? Eh, no, not really. Not completely. Episode INTERmission’s new trailer begins in Yuffie and Sonon, as he wrestles with the soldiers of the Depths. For those left behind: Sonon Kusakabe is a completely new character, who never appears in the original Final Fantasy VII, which accompanies Yuffie on a mission. In fact, our favorite ninja must reclaim the materia saved in Shinra Palace, and this will lead her to graze in advance on the road that Claude and the others are traveling on. Sunon He fights with a stick, but it’s not directly playable: we’ll only be able to control Yuffie and occasionally summon Sonon to perform amazing combined attacks, while he’ll act alone on the battlefield.
Deepground, on the other hand, is a top-secret military unit of Shinra that is best illustrated in the controversial Final Fantasy VII: Derg of Cerberus. This hostile force counted among its ranks a series of superhumans called Tsviet, led by Weiss. The latter also had a brother, Nero Sable, capable of manipulating the darkness: well, Nero is the boss that Yoffe and Sonon face in a duel near the end of the trailer, the kind with skeletal steel wings and mask that reminds us of Hannibal Lecter and generates dark circles around our heroes, attacking them from afar. With his firearms. The significance of this narrative graft is difficult to understand. We don’t know, that is, if Tetsuya Nomura He’s actually introducing the crew of Dirge of Cerberus – and the complete set of Final Fantasy VII – into the new Remake universe, or whether he’s limiting those appearances to DLCs like Episode INTERmission as a harmless gift.
However, the INTERmission episode will take a few more liberties than the original Final Fantasy VII story, but the ones we caught in the trailer are much more interesting. On the play front, we were impressed by the evocation Shafts, Which was strangely absent in Final Fantasy VII Remake, and then we saw Fort Condor … just becoming a thing of a DLC board game! The story focused on Fort Condor has always been controversial and a failure too, so we wouldn’t be surprised if the team removed it entirely, and its homage to it in the form of a colorful mini-game. The little we’ve seen isn’t enough to formulate a specific hypothesis about gameplay, but it appears to be so Fort Condor It is still a kind of tower defense where we will have to deploy different units and sometimes select some special abilities to help us penetrate the enemy’s defenses.
Finally, another interesting addition has to do with Scarlet, who challenges Yuffie and Sonon in the trailer aboard a Proud Clod prototype that Claude encounters in the original title and the others only in the final stages of the adventure. But the scene reveals that it was one of the machines designed by Shinra’s perverted scientist that was killed MelphySister of Sunon. In short, the question would become personal for Yuffie’s bodyguard, the character who most likely wouldn’t make it to Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2: If it was true that Nomura and Kazushige Nojima They are rewriting the original title script, hence everything is possible, and we struggle to believe that they have decided to add a character introduced in DLC to the cast who is, moreover, on a pure and simple design level, anonymous. We’ll know more from June 10.
Although there are these two characters out there, Weiss and Nero the Sable, Episode INTERmission appears to be a promising DLC, centered around adorable Yuffie, with an amazingly powerful combat system that could taste like Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2. We’re curious to discover not only This new story, but also the way Nomura adapted to some of the original title content, for example Fort Condor, and fortunately the release didn’t shorten much.
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