Unofficial VR Mod For Final Fantasy VII Remake

    I can still hear the applause and quiet that swept over the audience when Sony unveiled the first trailer for the Final Fantasy VII remake.

    Fans couldn’t wait to see these figures in high definition once more.

    The PC version of the game’s virtual reality mod by Luke Ross offers a considerably more immersive way to immerse yourself in the world of Cloud, Tifa, Barret, and Aerith.

    What’s New?

    You may donate $10 a month to Ross, the modder we mentioned last month, to support his work and gain access to his mods. Ross’ day job is unofficially bringing video games to VR.

    When we last saw him, he had recently received a DMCA takedown notice, presumably because of his popular mods for Pink ‘Dead Redemption 2, Grand Theft Auto V, and Mafia: Definitive Version.

    Although neither Take-Two nor Patreon provided him with specific information about what was infringing.

    What’s More?

    He decided to remove any references to these titles out of a legitimate concern that Patreon would terminate his entire account and end his source of income.

    It wasn’t really apparent what Ross would do next after that. However, he typically provides support for one game every month, and the current release of Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade implies he is still on schedule.

    I haven’t personally tried the FFVII Remake Intergrade in VR, but there are two solid reasons for this. First, Ross cautions that the current version “goes to strike you with the pressure of a dashing metal hammer” and is “the final word VR legs tester.”

    Digging Into More Details

    He claims that some of the antics captured on camera throughout the game leave him gasping for air. And as I stated in my earlier article, I don’t possess anywhere near Ross’ fortitude in virtual reality.

    Second, FFVII Remake Intergrade costs a whopping 70 dollars on PC, and I already have a fantastic copy for the PS5 that I beat months ago, complete with Yuffie DLC.

    If Final Fantasy VII Rebirth, the next instalment, comes out next winter, I might be able to play it once more.

    According to other VR modding news, the Half-Life 2: VR project intends to launch its public beta in September. And Luke Ross is strongly implying that Spider-Man Remastered, which launches and will be his upcoming VR project.

    Mayhem Malik
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