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FFVII Remake Intergrade: How to Start Episode Intermission

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FFVII Remake Intergrade: How to Start Episode Intermission

Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade has just been released for PS5, and it comes with some nifty next-gen enhancements, as well as Episode Intermission, which is a new story chapter featuring Yuffie, the ninja from Wutai. If you’ve already beaten the base game and want to jump straight into the new content, here’s how to start Episode Intermission in FFVII Remake Intergrade.

First, it’s worth noting that Episode Intermission is only available on PS5, and you need to own the PS5 version of the game in order to be able to purchase it. Once you’ve bought it from the store or through the in-game menu, you’ll be able to access it either through the title screen or from the pause menu itself.

Starting Episode Intermission in FFVII Remake Intergrade

From the title screen, press the R2 button to switch over to the Episode Intermission menu. Or if you’re already in-game, press the Options button to bring up your menu, then select Additional Episode to get started.

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The game will warn you that this is a side story that focuses on Yuffie and that it doesn’t offer any explanations or tutorials of the basic mechanics and controls, and that you’re advised to beat the base game first. Once you’re sure that you want to start, press the triangle button to confirm and you’ll be taken to a new menu where you can adjust your settings before getting started.

Just like the base game, you can also select from four difficulties: Easy, Easy (Classic), Normal, and Normal (Classic). Classic mode makes it so that you don’t have to worry about the real-time action, and you can just focus on making decisions and choosing which spells or abilities to use.

That’s all you need to know about how to start Episode Intermission in FFVII Remake Intergrade. Be sure to check our guide wiki for more tips and information on the game.

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