The PC version of Final Fantasy VII Remake caused a lot of discussion, but this 8K version with Ray Tracing is something else.
This 2021 finale brought us so many controversial stories , and among them is the PC version of Final Fantasy VII Remake.
The new version of the remake of the beloved Square Enix title had promised an excellent port , which did not turn out to be exactly that.
The verdict of Digital Foundry , an authoritative voice to say the least in the field of technical analysis, was not at all flattering towards the PC edition.
But the community is already working to improve Final Fantasy VII Remake , because the first simple tricks have arrived to make the title better .
Now that the Square Enix title has entered the world of PC gaming, it can finally experience the thrill of mods , the ones that have made titles like Skyrim immortal.
In fact, someone could not be missing who was able to push the technical potential of the title to the maximum, with the two magic words: 8K and Ray Tracing.
As Wccftech reports , Final Fantasy VII Remake has been tweaked with the now ubiquitous Beyond All Limits mod which, as the name suggests, makes us forget all the limits of the game.
The result of this painstaking work can be seen immediately below, with the video showcase :
With the resolution set to 8K, with Ray Tracing on and the dynamic resolution off, complete with no blur and HUD to return a more cinematic experience, it’s something truly remarkable .
The interesting thing is that the dynamic lighting of the original game is so good that Ray Tracing doesn’t seem that influential, so good is the final result that you can see above.
In addition to these powerful mods from a technical point of view, there are also those who wanted to have fun with other more absurd and fun mods . Yes, you can play with Cloud always dressed as a woman if you want.