Final Fantasy 7 Remake's got its first mods only a couple of days following its PC release on the Epic Games Store, showing once more that the lack of official tools won't necessarily stop a dedicated fan base from doing its thing.
Although Final Fantasy 7 Remake's first mods don't bring any massive gameplay changes, they do address a handful of issues with its PC port while also giving players more options in terms of how their favorite characters look.
Starting things off, the Dynamic Resolution Disabler mod does precisely what it says on the tin, stopping the game from decreasing visual quality when your frame rate starts dropping too low.
Another Final Fantasy 7 Remake mod makes tweaks performance, making the game run better on less potent hardware. If you don't fancy depth of field and blur effects in cutscenes, you can disable them and also toggle the UI on or off. You can also delve deeper into customizing game options using the FFVIIHook mod, which also grants access to the developer console.
If the motorcycle minigames happen not be giving you trouble, you can turn yourself and your companions invincible during them.
Taking a step onto cosmetic territory, this FFVII Remake mod lets you replace the Buster Sword with a simple Iron Pipe. If simplicity isn't your thing, you can also replace the Buster Sword with Scarlet's model. No enemy will see that coming and if they do, it'll only be a couple of moments prior to death.
If you want Tifa to wear her purple dress permanently, there's a mod for that. Aerith can also wear her red dress permanently thanks to a FF7 remake mod.
Cloud can also don his Gorgeous Dress at all times, no matter how unpractical it should theoretically be in combat. Another mod adds hair color options for Aerith and Tifa.
All of the above Final Fantasy VII Remake mods can be found on Nexus Mods and it's very much possible that the number of picks will grow as players get to tinker more with the game and its files. We'll keep an eye out and update this article as soon as we spot more cool stuff.
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