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Difference Between Intergrade and Intermission
The difference between the editions isn't immediately noticeable. The intergrade edition is the enhanced version found on PS5. If you purchased the game (physically or digitally) you get the enhanced upgrades for free with your copy of the game, providing you have the ability to play it. The version received for free on PSPlus does not come with this upgrade
INTERmission is the story DLC that comes with the game. To get this, you have to purchase the Intergrade edition of the game or get the free upgrade and buy the DLC separately.
This is a pretty big difference between the two versions and a nice bonus for those lucky enough to have got their hands on a PS5 already.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade offers two distinct graphical modes for different types of players. You can go for the "Graphics Mode" which prioritizes image quality and 4K resolution or you could go for "Performance Mode" Which prioritizes 60FPS play.
There are two main technical difference between Intergrade and the base game. The first are the load times. With the PS5's shiny new SSD, scenes and fights can load much quicker, which means less time listening to that great soundtrack.
Another central difference is offered by the PS5 controller. Players booting it up will not find unique feedback in the triggers to accentuate certain actions and scenes.
In this piece of DLC, we see the return of fan favourite character Yuffie Kisaragi. It brings her in as the main character and has her go into Midgar in the effort of stealing a special Materia from Shinra. She is accompanied by Avalanche, leading to her tie to the rest of the gang from Final Fantasy 7 Remake. This is a necessary piece of DLC to play if you plan on playing Part Two when that comes out. As of right now, these are all the differences between each part of the game.