PlayStation’s February State of Play didn’t bring down the house. Fans who were expecting new details on “Horizon Forbidden West” or a new “God of War” were treated to lesser-hyped titles. The announcements were capped by the reveal of “Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade,” which takes advantage of the PlayStation 5’s power and also introduces an episode featuring Yuffie Kisaragi.
“Intergrade” is a free upgrade for those who have the “Final Fantasy VII Remake” for PlayStation 4, but they’ll have to pay for the Yuffie chapter. That news anchored the event, but without other big names sucking oxygen from the room, it highlighted some other projects that may have
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