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Final Fantasy VII Remake came to PC, but its port has a terrible performance | Levelup

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After more than a year of waiting, Final Fantasy VII Remake: Intergrade is now available on PC. Unfortunately, the excitement for its arrival on PC has been overshadowed by various controversies, such as its high price, the exclusivity with the Epic Games Store and now its poor performance.

In the last few days, the PC community has had the opportunity to test Final Fantasy VII Remake: Integrade on PC. Many of them are reporting various performance issues with the port that make it an experience far removed from the expectations of PC gaming enthusiasts.

Different players claim that it has problems such as poor performance, frame rate drops, stuttering and a poor selection of graphic options in which the absence of anti-aliasing stands out. The situation is such that Digital Foundry experts have the worst AAA experience on PC they have seen “in a while.”

As if that wasn’t bad enough, modders claim they found clues that Square Enix released a debug version of Final Fantasy VII Remake Integrade for PC. This since the final version is called “PPBC_Development” instead of “PPBC_Shipping”. If true, this would mean Square Enix lacked a bit of polish work on its port.

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And you, have you already tried the PC version of Final Fantasy VII Remake? Have you had performance issues? Tell us in the comments.

Final Fantasy VII Remake is available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 and PC. Follow this link to see more news related to the JRPG.

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