How to Change Difficulty | FF7 Remake

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This page contains information about Changing the difficulty setting in the game Final Fantasy 7 Remake (FF7 Remake). Read on to know how to scale up or tone down the difficulty setting according to your preference.

How to Change Difficulty

Change it in the Systems Menu

FF7 Remake Difficulties
Open up the Menu. Select Options -> Gameplay -> Difficulty . From there, choose the difficulty you would like the game to change to.

The Three Difficulty Settings

Classic Mode

FF7 Remake Classic Mode
The Classic Mode caters to the old school fans that have enjoyed the original game. While in Classic mode, Cloud automatically attacks and defends. This allows the player to focus on inputting commands rather than get pressured by the new combat system.

The Classic Mode can also be used if the player simply wishes to enjoy the story and / or boss battles as cloud can easily breeze through normal enemies in Auto Mode. The difficulty of the game while in Classic Mode is also the same in Easy Mode.

Easy Mode

FF7 Remake Easy Difficulty
For newer fans but only wishes to enjoy the story. Easy mode severely weakens the enemies allowing the player to pretty much, breeze through enemies in the game. Recommended for first timers and players that are having difficulty with Action games.

Normal Mode

FF7 Remake
The most recommended mode for everyone. Normal Mode forces the player to learn the fundamentals of the game such as issuing commands to allies, changing party members, utilizing every character's specialties, and even running away.

Gameplay Manual Links

List of Gameplay Manual Pages
Basic Controls Character Stats
How to Stagger Enemies How to Run Away
Map Navigation Guide Understanding the ATB Gauge
How to Change Characters How to Get Unbound
How to Change Difficulty -

All Manuals for Gameplay

Comment

30 Anonymousabout 14 hours

there is HARD MODE after you complete the game, and you can also Chapter Select after you finish game too... with all your items and levels intact cos some things can only be found in HARD mode its worth a replay :D

29 Anonymous4 days

>>27 hey that's a good idea and it makes sense.. it's more like an extra for beating the game with much higher difficulty

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