If the upcoming 4K-friendly version of Final Fantasy VII Remake on PlayStation 5 might not be quite enough to satisfy your desire for Final Fantasy in high resolution, you’ll be happy to hear that a 4K HDR remaster of an FF movie is coming soon.
The latest reworking of Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children will be released on June 8, just two days before FF7 Remake: Intergrade will be released on PS5. The 2005 film is an animated sequel to Final Fantasy VII and is set two years after the events of that game. In addition to Dolby Atmos audio in English and Japanese and 5.1 audio for each language, the 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray includes a director’s cut with 26 minutes of additional material and more than 1,000 revised scenes. A separate Blu-ray disc contains an HD version of the film, along with several bonus features.
This is not the first remastered release of the film, as Polygon notes. A 2009 version called Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children Complete also included an additional 26 minutes of footage. Even if the plot might be confusing, it should look better than ever in 4K HDR10.
If your only other experience with Final Fantasy VII is the FF7 Remake, the movie may make even less sense. The latest version of the game contains only part of the original’s storyline, and it makes some changes to the story. As a direct sequel to the original FF7, the movie expands on some plot beats from the game. If you don’t know the whole story, you might not fully understand Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children either.
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