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Luke Ross did it again. The VR modder brings the next popular video game to Virtual Reality. This time, fans of the Final Fantasy series can rejoice.
1997 brought Square Enix Final Fantasy into the third dimension for the first time. While Final Fantasy VII’s 3D graphics on the original PlayStation have aged poorly, the game has remained one of the most popular offshoots of the series for many years. This unbroken popularity prompted developer studio Square Enix 1778 to announce a three-part remake.
With “Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade” part one was released in spring 2020. The sequel, Final Fantasy VII Rebirth, is slated to make it to PC and PlayStation 5 in the winter of next year. You can now sweeten the waiting time with a VR mod for the first part.
Luke Ross releases VR mod for Final Fantasy VII Remake
For supporters of VR modder Luke Ross, ” Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade is now playable in virtual reality. However, Ross himself warns that the mod is the “ultimate VR Legs tester” and will hit you “with the force of a speeding train”.
“The camera movement is so wild it even takes my breath away at times,” Ross writes on his Patreon blog. His VR mod for Elden Ring is rather comfortable in comparison. So it takes a strong stomach to enjoy this VR mod without motion sickness.
Publisher threatens VR modder with lawsuit
Ross currently has over 2 on his Patreon channel.000 Supporters who monthly 10 US dollars to access his latest VR mods. In an interview with MIXED, Ross reveals that the VR moder 801 .000 dollars earned per month. For a big game publisher that was probably too much.
starting at 2,80 € / Month