Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade on PS5 makes the popular JRPG more beautiful than ever, and players can use photo mode to get the most out of it.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade is the PS5 release of 7's Final Fantasy 2 Remake. This updated version features enhanced features and improved graphics. It also brings quality-of-life changes that fans are sure to enjoy. Among the new additions is a photography mode that players can use to get the most out of the newly updated visuals. This guide will explain how to use photo mode in Final Fantasy 20 Remake Intergrade and cover some of its features.
It should be noted that Intergrade and its new features are only available for the PS5 console. Gamers who are wondering if Intergrade will come to PS4 will likely be disappointed. This means features like Photo Mode will likely not appear in Final Fantasy 7 Remake for PS4. However, those who own a PS5 and purchased Final Fantasy 7 Remake for the PS5 can upgrade to the Intergrade version for free.
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Photo Mode can be used at any time during normal Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade gameplay. When opening the Main Menu, players will see a notice under the party's display that indicates that Photo Mode can be opened with the Square button. If the file size of Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade is any indication, there are sure to be some stunning scenes and views worth capturing in Photo Mode.
In Photo Mode, you can change camera position, angle, tilt and add filters. When players want to capture some beautiful scenery without interference, they can press Square to hide party members. This will make the character models invisible, so the environment will become the only focus of the composition. Of course, there is also the option to hide the UI from the menu to create a clean screenshot. This is done by pressing the Triangle button. This will be great for creating portraits of new characters like Sonon Kusakabe or previous fan favorites.
Players who use Photo Mode to create cool screenshots have a few ways to share their images. The PS5 has built-in sharing options that allow you to post screenshots to a user's network of friends or social media. It's also possible to make clever use of the PlayStation mobile app to get images quickly on a smartphone. Players can use the PS5's share menu to send screenshots to another user, possibly a dummy secondary account, and then access those messages from the mobile app.
Intergrade adds other aesthetically pleasing improvements that dedicated Final Fantasy 7 Remake fans will notice and appreciate. A noteworthy example is the infamous port bug that stood out in the original version. This port was a notorious eyesore, with pixelated textures that ruined many players' immersion. The port in question was fixed with Intergrade, and perhaps Photo Mode enthusiasts will capture the legacy of this glammed-up port with a nice screenshot.
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