Final Fantasy VII Remake Updated on Steam Database Today

Ahead of the Final Fantasy VII 25th anniversary stream occurring later today, Final Fantasy VII Remake got updated on Steam Database earlier today (4 hours ago from now). Currently, the title has only been available on PC via the Epic Games Store for roughly a year, and fans have wanted it on Steam for just as long.

Of course, this is not an official confirmation of an incoming Steam port since the site is not officially affiliated with Valve, but it is an extensively used resource. Further, it’s certainly building up hype considering the rather close proximity to the broadcast.

We’ll be sure to update you all on whether this occurs.

Thanks to Twitter user @DENGOJIN for sharing this notable news.

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Square Enix Cafe Final Fantasy VII Remake Placemat

Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade is the updated version of Final Fantasy VII Remake with added story content and a new ending following Final Fantasy VII Remake Episode INTERmission.

During FF7R Episode INTERmission, players can assume the role of Yuffie Kisaragi and take advantage of her combat style. During the mission, she infiltrates Shinra Corporation to steal material and restore her homeland, Wutai.

Her fighting actions incorporate the use of her throwing stars along with Elemental Ninjutsu attacks that change from fire, ice, lightning, or wind. Further, Yuffie can use Banishment, which unleashes an attack based on how much ATB was spent before it. This move also incorporates elemental strength. Another of Yuffie’s attacks is Windstorm, which creates a gust of wind that damages her enemies and launches them towards her.

In case you missed it, check out our review of the Yuffie DLC.

We also reviewed Final Fantasy VII Remake’s initial PlayStation 4 release.

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