With Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade, PS5 and PS4 players are diving back into Midgar once more. Whether it’s to play the new Yuffie episode or just to enjoy the remake in its even more optimized form, there are plenty of reasons to don that iconic sword once more. With so many getting back into the game, one player noticed a pretty sneaky Final Fantasy VII Remake Easter egg while using the Photo Mode in Seventh Heaven. This one is for the fans of Final Fantasy’s amazing soundtrack.
One Redditor (spotted by the folks over at GameRant) shared a screenshot of the latest Easter egg to be found. This one is specific to Tifa’s bar called Seventh Heaven and shows off the Piano Collections album. In the image below, you can see a plaque with the Piano Collections cover emblazed on the front with the caption, “Thank you for the memories.”
Final Fantasy has always had an incredible soundtrack, but VII’s is among the best of the best. There are even quests specific to finding music in these games, making the auditory experience even more immersive by making it a tangible and obtainable objective.
No you may be thinking to yourself, “Self, that plaque looks to be in plain view, there’s no way that’s a new find.” We say that’s a fair assessment! The response thread was quick to congratulate the Redditor on the ‘rare find’ and part of what makes it so rare isn’t necessarily the objective difficulty of finding it, but the ability to hone in on it. With the Photo Mode, players are able to deep dive into the world of Midgar more than ever before, making it the perfect time to try to uncover any Easter egg-related secrets.
Interested in Final Fantasy VII Remake or Intergrade? Check out our review for the PS5-enhanced version right here to learn more about it and if it’s worth diving back into.
Any cool Final Fantasy VII Remake Easter egg findings of your own? Drop ’em down below and tell us what you’ve found!
Source: Game Informer Piano Collections Final Fantasy VII Remake Easter Egg Spotted Using Photo Mode