Square Enix has announced plans to upgrade the graphics of Final Fantasy VII Rebirth, specifically in its performance mode, before the game’s release.

This improvement comes after feedback from players who tested the demo, released after the State of Play on February 6, noting that the performance mode’s visuals were too blurry.

The game, a highly anticipated second part of the classic JRPG remake, offers two graphic settings: a quality mode that runs at 4K and a performance mode designed to hit 60FPS by lowering the resolution.

Square Enix has addressed the concerns by enhancing the visual quality in performance mode, not only for the final game version but also for the demo. A patch scheduled for February 21 will introduce these improvements and add the Junon section to the demo.

Final Fantasy VII Rebirth, the sequel to Final Fantasy VII Remake, is set to launch exclusively on PlayStation 5 on February 29. The update aims to provide a better visual experience for players, ensuring that those who prefer smoother gameplay do not have to compromise on graphics quality.

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This move by Square Enix demonstrates their commitment to responding to player feedback and ensuring the best possible experience for the upcoming title.

Fans eagerly awaiting the game’s release can look forward to experiencing these enhancements themselves with the upcoming demo patch.

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