How to Get the Yuffie DLC for ‘Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade’
Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade, a next-gen upgrade of last year’s Final Fantasy 7 remake, is now available on the PlayStation 5 shop. This improved version of the remake, which takes up 81.3GB of storage, includes many quality of life upgrades, increased visual textures, consistent 60 frames per second performance, and a photo mode.
It also includes a brand-new piece of downloadable content (DLC) centered around Yuffie’s character. This shuriken-wielding thief was an easily missed feature of the original Final Fantasy VII back in 1997, but has now blossomed into a fan favorite because to her cheeky demeanor, and was absent from last year’s version. As a result, gamers are anticipating her long-awaited return in the Intermission expansion (stylized as InterMISSION), in which she infiltrates the Shinra headquarters to steal a magical substance known as “materia.”
How do I get access to the Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade?
Depending on how you got your hands on last year’s Final Fantasy VII Remake, if you got it at all, you may have to go through a few different processes to receive the next-gen upgrade. The criteria are summarized on the game’s product page in the PlayStation store, but it’s fairly long, so we’ve put together this condensed version.
If you already paid for the PlayStation 4 version of Final Fantasy VII Remake, all you have to do now is go to the PlayStation Store. Then, on the far left, find the Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade page and select the “Free PS5 Upgrade” option.
If you have a PS4 copy on physical media, all you have to do now is plug it into your PS5 console and follow the instructions indicated above. Those who own a digital edition of the PS5 but have the Final Fantasy VII Remake on disc will be ineligible for the update.
Another stipulation that may prohibit you from receiving the free upgrade is that you must have purchased Final Fantasy VII Remake for the PS4 at some point. This implies that if you got the game for free as part of your PlayStation Plus membership, you’ll have to pay for Intergrade as if it were a brand new game. This, of course, equally applies to people who have never owned. This is a condensed version of the information.