Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade Is a Top Seller on Steam despite Complaints of $69.99 MSRP

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Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade has managed to become a top seller on Steam despite all of the criticism levied at its $69.99 MSRP, a price that critics say is insulting for a game that was released years ago as a PlayStation exclusive and later confined to the Epic Games Store for half a year for fans who wanted to enjoy the remake of the 1997 classic on PC. An image tweeted by SteamDB over the weekend can confirm that FFVII Remake Intergrade was Valve’s second-best seller for the 24th week of the year, beaten only by the company’s critically acclaimed Steam Deck portable. FFVII Remake Intergrade’s successful launch on Steam was presumably driven by its special promotion, which allows fans to pick up the game for 29% off ($49.69) until June 23. Green Man Gaming is also offering the game for just $39.75 for higher-ranked XP members.

FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE is a bold reimagining of the original FINAL FANTASY VII, originally released in 1997, developed under the guidance of the original key developers. This critically-acclaimed game, which mixes traditional command-based combat and real-time action, makes its Steam debut along with FF7R EPISODE INTERmission─a new story arc featuring Yuffie Kisaragi.

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