You have hoped, discovered, expected and finally swallowed it up: now that Final Fantasy VII Remake has finally arrived safely (so to speak eh, we know that the adventure begins with a train) via its final version Intergrade, Square Enix would like to take stock, so as not to miss the pass of two.
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The quintessential J-RPG publisher would love to know what you thought of his revamp of the 1997 classic: the official Japanese site of Square Enix just published an exhaustive questionnaire, which betrays between the lines the questions of those who are currently working on the unnamed suite.
Opening – Bombing Question
Accessible with a French account, the form attaches, after asking you your age and other indiscretions, to know how you heard about Final Fantasy VII Remake, just to see if the little guys from the marketing department hit the mark.
But the most important seems to be the profiling of the 2021 members, since the publisher tries to understand the dynamics that are emerging among his audience, by differentiating those who would simply benefit from the PS5 version of the game to explore the two chapters devoted to Yuffie, and those who will have (re) taken the train. The passive also seems to have some importance, as you will be questioned about your knowledge of Final Fantasy VII and its ever-expanding universe. History to see how far it would be reasonable to draw?
Square Enix is also wondering which mode has been privileged between the 4K display and the 60 fps both added in Intergrade, and if you already think of buying “the continuation of the adventure” when it deigns to arrive.
It is undoubtedly the last question which could allow some to draw plans on the count, since the question of the support is posed without detour: if Intergrade is for the moment available only on PS5, the editor seems to rule out no clue, since we find alongside the Switch and various models of Xbox smartphones and tablets, and even future consoles that have not yet been released.
With the end of the exclusivity of Final Fantasy VII Remake (short) now obsolete, Square Enix is he ready to bring the adventures of Cloud & Co on all media? To imagine a Pocket Edition, there is only one step that we will obviously not take. Oh no.
And for those who feel concerned, hurry up: the survey ends on August 2.