New Final Fantasy 7 Mods Add Camera Overhauls And Widescreen Renders

The FF7 modding scene continues to grow.

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  • The Final Fantasy 7 modding scene continues to thrive. A new mod has added highly detailed widescreen renders.
  • Another mod completely overhauls the world map exploration camera, making the game quite immersive.
  • The title has continued to sell like hotcakes. It recently hit 14.4 million sales globally, as per the latest report.

New Final Fantasy 7 mods are causing a buzz in the community as they resolve some of the biggest pet peeves. The prominent modder Cosmos in the scene has uploaded a new video on YouTube that showcases two new mods. The mod called Cosmos Limit Break adds widescreen renders for nearly all the cutscenes included in the game. These renders first use AI to expand the scenes, which are later edited by Cosmos to add more details.

YouTube video

The second mod, dubbed Cosmos Gaia, completely revitalizes and overhauls the camera for world map exploration. The added camera freedom makes the game more immersive and allows for grander gameplay. There are more customization options, such as the ability to change the distance. as shown in the video. The instructions to download these FF7 mods are listed in the video description alongside links. 

The Final Fantasy 7 modding scene has continued to thrive behind the limelight over the years. The showcased mods could signal a new era for the community. Therefore, we may see more wilder additions as the year progresses.

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Despite the outdated visuals, mods have also made FF7 attractive to newer players. The entry has continued to sell copies like hotcakes on sale despite launching decades ago. Consequently, it has sold over 14.4 million copies, as Square Enix announced in a recent report.

Final Fantasy 7 originally came out on January 31, 1997, for the original PlayStation. Its popularity caused the devs to bring it over for PC, mobile, and modern consoles globally, including iOS and Android, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One. However, the heart-stirring RPG has yet to arrive on current-gen consoles for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series S, and Xbox Series X platforms.

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