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FF7 Remake: Intergrade PS5 Preorder Bonus Includes Exclusive Yuffie Steelbook

Here's everything you get when you preorder Final Fantasy 7 Remake: Intergrade for PS5, including a pretty neat steelbook offer.

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Final Fantasy 7 Remake: Intergrade comes to PS5 on June 10, and if you want to secure your copy now, there are a number of ways to do so. There are two different editions for FF7 Remake: Intergrade to chose from--the standard edition and the digital deluxe edition--and both come with a host of next-gen upgrades and features. These include improved textures, higher frame rate, increased resolution, faster loading times, a new photo mode, DualSense haptic feedback integration, and a new "Classic" difficulty setting. You'll also get a bonus episode that stars a beloved character from the original game, Yuffie Kisaragi. The bonus chapter is called "Episode Intermission."

Final Fantasy 7 Remake: Intergrade preorder bonus

FF7 Remake: Intergrade preorder bonus at GameStop
FF7 Remake: Intergrade preorder bonus at GameStop

There's an exclusive steelbook included when you preorder Final Fantasy 7 Remake: Intergrade physically, and this time, it's not from Best Buy. The steelbook preorder bonus is available exclusively from GameStop while supplies last. Though it's not reflected on the listing just yet, GameStop confirmed the steelbook bonus on Twitter.

Preorder digitally and you'll get the Cacstar weapon, which Yuffie can wield in the bonus episode.

What about the free next-gen upgrade for PS4 owners?

The PS4 version of Final Fantasy 7 Remake comes with all the next-gen improvements and features listed above (when they release in June), but you won't get the bonus Yuffie episode--you'll have to buy that separately for $20. If you don't already own Final Fantasy VII Remake on PS4, then you can snag it on sale for $45 at Amazon. Getting the PS4 version for $45 and buying the Yuffie episode for $20 amounts to a $5 savings (compared to buying the $70 Intergrade standard edition), but at that point it might be worth it to just buy the PS5 version. Still, there's a chance the price could drop even further on Amazon between now and June (it was at $30 recently), and you'll only be charged the lowest amount per Amazon's preorder price guarantee--so you could save even more.

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