THE FIRST FINAL FANTASY7 REMAKE MODS DISABLE DYNAMIC RESOLUTION, ENABLECOSMETIC CHANGES
Final Fantasy 7’s received its first modifications within a few days of its PC release on Epic Games Store. This shows that a dedicated fan base can still do their thing, regardless of the absence of official tools.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake’s initial mods aren’t making significant gameplay changes. However, they address a few issues with the PC port and give players more options for their favourite characters look.
The Dynamic resolution disabler mod is what you need to get started. It stops the game’s visual quality from dropping when the frame rate drops too low.
Another Final Fantasy 7 remake mod improves performance. This makes the game more responsive on less powerful hardware. Disable blur effects and depth of field in cutscenes if you don’t like them. You can also toggle the UI off or on. The FFVIIHook mod allows you to customize game options and grants you access to the developer console.
You can make your motorcycle companions and you invincible while playing the minigames.
This FFVII Remake mod allows you to replace the Buster Sword with a simple iron pipe. If simplicity is not your style, you can replace the Buster Sword’s design Scarlet. It’s unlikely that an enemy will notice this, and even if they do, it will only take a few seconds before death.
A mod allows Tifa to wear her violet dress for a lifetime. An FF7 remake mod allows Aerith to wear her red dress for life.
Cloud can wear his Gorgeous Dress any time, even if it is not practical in combat. A mod adds hair colours to Aerith or Tifa.
You can find all the Final Fantasy VII REmake mods on Nexus Mods. There may be more picks as people get to play the game and the files. This article will be updated as soon as more cool stuff is discovered.