The director of Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth, Naoki Hamaguchi, has made a promise to address the issues surrounding the game’s 60fps performance mode. Upon the release of the demo last month, players were quick to express their concerns regarding the graphics quality, particularly pointing out muddy textures and inconsistent image rendering. While the overall aesthetics of the full game are commendable, the performance mode seemed to be lacking.

In response to the feedback from players, Hamaguchi acknowledged the problem and assured fans that a patch is in the works. Reports from OneMoreGame suggest that the director has stated, “We’ve received a lot of feedback on whether the graphics in the performance mode will be improved or not. We hear you, and we are currently working on an update patch to improve that aspect.” He further mentioned that the release date for the patch is not distant.

Aside from addressing the graphical issues, Hamaguchi explained that the upcoming patch will also fix lighting problems in certain situations. He mentioned, “We have heard from players that in certain situations, the facial lighting makes some character shadows look very scary. So that’s one part of the update that we’re working on.”

For those willing to sacrifice 60fps for better graphics, the 30fps graphics mode provides a smooth gaming experience, showcasing the magical environments of Gaia in rich detail. According to our Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth review, “Every zone you come across glistens with history to discover.”

Looking ahead, once the update is implemented, the development team will likely shift their focus towards Part 3 of the remake trilogy. Hamaguchi hinted at the progress of the threequel, mentioning that it is currently in a similar situation as Rebirth was during the release of Remake. He expressed his hopes that the team can remain intact even after Part 3 is released, indicating a commitment to the future of the franchise.

The future of Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth looks promising with the director’s commitment to addressing player feedback and improving the overall gaming experience. Fans can look forward to a more refined performance mode and additional enhancements in the upcoming patch. As the development team gears up for the next installment in the trilogy, the continuation of the series seems to be in good hands under Hamaguchi’s guidance.

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