The release on PC of Final Fantasy VII Remake was not without criticism, given that the return of the historic adventure of Cloud and associates did not meet the taste of all players.
The new version of the remake of the Square Enix title unfortunately was marred by several problems, especially of a technical nature, which did not allow fans to fully enjoy it.
Even the mods have helped over the weeks to mitigate the situation a bit (some of which are really absurd ), although now it’s time for the first official patch .
The troubles of the PC version are however starting to be solved with some simple tricks, although now Square Enix has therefore thought of it with a first “patch”.
As also reported by DSOGaming , the Japanese publisher has just released the first update for the PC version of Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade .
According to Square, this patch stabilizes the resolution for framerates 90FPS and higher , with the DRS still active by default.
Along with this improvement, this first patch makes the default English subtitles . In addition, the update also corrects various other problems not yet disclosed by Square.
Below, you can find the patch notes for this first update of Final Fantasy VII Remake on PC:
- Subtitles are now default in English.
- The resolution is now stabilized for a framerate of 90 or higher.
- Various other problems have been fixed.
Weeks ago, Digital Foundry’s technical analysis was not at all flattering towards the PC edition of the game.
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All while waiting for the second part of this epic remake, the announcement of which would be very close according to some rumors.
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