10 Jun 2021 3:38 PM +00:00

Final Fantasy 7 Remake: How to Get Back To The Sewers

Final Fantasy VII Remake might be a great game with awesome combat and stunning visuals but for all the things it gets right, one aspect that has fans divided is how linear the game is.


While there are a number of side activities you can do, players actually can’t go back to a number of areas until later in the game, making a lot of people question if this is really an RPG or an action game with role-playing elements.

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That doesn’t mean Final Fantasy VII Remake is bad by any means and you can go back to a couple of areas, like the Sewers.

After an extended amount of time in the sewers with Cloud, Aerith, and Tifa you’ll be able to go back here in an extended bit where you can do a number of side missions before deciding to rescue Aerith from Shinra.

Going back to the Sewers is fairly easy since it will be marked on your map so if you left any treasure boxes there or are going to do some side missions, you won’t be lost for long.

Players won’t be going back to the Sewers in Final Fantasy VII Remake too many times, though there are some side missions you can do before Cloud and the gang rescue Aerith so definitely make the most out of this game and do it.

It’s a good thing that we’re getting Final Fantasy VII Remake soon so we can get more content with Yuffie because this is a wonderful game that everyone who has a PS4 or PS5 should play.

Final Fantasy VII Remake is now available on the PS4 while Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade is coming to the PS5 on June 10.

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