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Sink your teeth into this lengthy list of end game content that you can complete after finishing the game.
Unlock the Chapter Select Option
Upon completing the main story of Final Fantasy VII Remake, you will unlock the ability to use the Chapter Selection menu. This option will allow you to replay any of the 18 story chapters in the difficulty of your choice, including the brand new Hard Mode option!
Hard Mode Difficulty
Take on the games most difficult challenge yet, Hard Mode! Only available to those who finish FF7 Remake, Hard Mode will prevent players from using items and will increase enemy difficult quite substantially.
- Read the Hard Mode Guide for tips and more details on the differences in Hard Mode and more.
Defeat the Secret Boss
Arguably one of the most challenging bosses that you will face in Final Fantasy VII Remake is the Secret Boss that you can encounter upon completing the game.
In order to take on the Secret Boss, not only do you need to be playing on Hard Mode, but you will also need to complete the following activities and challenges:
Upon completing each and every one of these activities and tasks, you’ll have the opportunity to battle Pride and Joy, the hardest boss in FF7 Remake. The battle definitely won’t be an easy feat, which is why we highly recommend that you only take on this boss should your character level be in the high 40s, or better yet, maxed out to 50.
As a result of completing the game, players will be recieve 2x EXP and 3x Materia AP bonuses to help make the process of leveling your character to the maximum level cap of 50 easier. These buffs apply automatically and stack with the AP Up and EXP Up Materia!
Finish All The Side Quests & Discoveries
Completing every Side Quest in FF7 Remake is no easy feat, which is why it’s probably safe to assume that not everyone will have completed every Side Quest and Discovery during their first playthrough.
Marked as green and purple icons on your map, Side Quests and Discoveries are available during certain chapters of the game and can provide some pretty hefty rewards such as Gil, Armor, Accessories, and even Weapons.
To learn more about the games Side Quests, Discoveries, and Rewards, check out our complete guide below that breaks down every Quest in the game.
Complete All of Chadley’s Battle Intel Reports
Unlocked in Chapter 3 – Home Sweet Slum, you will come across a young scientist named Chadley when exploring the Sector 7 Slums.
Chadley’s Battle Intel Reports will have you traveling all over Midgar as you assess and defeat all kinds of different monsters. As a reward, Chadley promises to give you unique and rare Materia that can’t found anywhere else.
If happened to miss some of Chadley’s unique Materia’s, consider checking out the guide below to discover the conditions and rewards for completing every Battle Intel Report.
Complete Every Colosseum Challenge for Unique Rewards
Got distracted and didn’t manage to complete all of the available Colosseum Challenges that were unlocked from as early as Chapter 9 – The Town That Never Sleeps?
Well, partaking in these battles will have you challenging a wide array of enemies. The use Items will be prohibited during battles, apart from a brief moment between enemies allowing you to partially heal up to 50% HP and 30% MP.
Winning these battles won’t leave you empty handed though, as you’ll find a number of unique rewards on offer such as all new Limit Breakers for each character, along with EXP, and Skill Points.
At first, the Colosseum Battle Challenges will only be available to Cloud and Aerith after defeating the Hell House in Chapter 9. As you return to Wall Street in Chapter 14 – In Search of Hope, the Corneo’s Colosseum will be available for Barret, Tifa, and Cloud to use.
Unfortunately, Aerith will not be able to access the Corneo Colosseum Battle Challenges during Chapter 14. So, be sure to finish her challenges while you can in Chapter 9, otherwise any of Aerith’s unfinished battles will result in you having to revisit the Colosseum after you have completed the game.
It is worth mentioning, that the Battle Challenges will ramp up their difficulty as you climb higher through the four ranks.
Return to the Shinra Combat Simulator for a Final Battle
Unlocked in Chapter 16, players will have access to the Shinra VR Combat Simulator. Fortunately, after you beat the game you’ll unlock several brand new bosses to fight and defeat for a number of new rewards. Simply return to Chapter 16 via Chapter Select.
These brand new Rank 5 and 6 challenges are only available through Hard Mode and will reward players with all new Materia rewards and Manuscripts.
Collect All 56 Manuscripts
With only 12 Manuscripts being available to collect throughout the entirety of the FF7 Remake main story, you may be surprised to learn that while playing in Hard Mode there are actually 56 Manuscripts available to collect
Manuscripts can be used to increase a characters Skill Points, along with upgrading their weapon cores. The player will receive Manuscripts by defeating certain enemies, completing Corneo Colosseum Challenges and even the Shinra Combat Simulator.
Collect All 31 Music Discs
There’s no denying that the music in Final Fantasy VII Remake is incredible, so why not head back through the chapters and collect all 31 Music Discs that are scattered throughout the vast world of Midgar to unlock the Disc Jockey Trophy.
Missed one of the 31 Music Discs? Check out the guide below to find the exact location of every Music Disc in FF7 Remake.
Looking for the upper edge? Be sure to Assess all 114 enemies to completely fill out your bestiary.
Our Final Fantasy VII Remake enemies list will give you the “must have” details on every enemy in the game, including their stats, items they may drop, and more. Find out more information by clicking the link below.
Get the Final Summon Materia
Beat all of the VR fights and Battle Intel Reports that Chadley sends you on to unlock the final VR Mission and to get the final summon. Most of these you’ll be able to knock out naturally just by playing the game, but a few of them require a bit of grinding.
If you’re struggling with the Stagger Effect Part 3, know that you can increase an opponent’s stagger percentage by hitting them with Tifa’s uppercut attacks.
If you’re having trouble mastering all 12 types of magic materia, well you might not even have all of them. Fortunately, you can buy all of them. 11 of them are in the vending machines, and the last one, Aero, can be bought at Chadley’s. See Materia Guide and List for details on how to get all the materia, and How to AP Farm to Level Up Materia on how to level it up.
Making a return to the FFVII Remake, Cloud‘s infamous dress scene will have you wanting to collect every different dress type that is available in game. You will also find that both Tifa and Aerith will feature three unique dresses that they too can unlock.
Unfortunately, collecting all three of the characters dresses may not always be possible during your first playthrough, as they do happen to be locked behind the completion of Side Quests.
For more information, check our detailed guide below to learn everything you need to know about collecting every dress in game.
If you don’t want to be bothered with unlocking them all yourself, you can click through the slide-shows below.
Tifa’s Chapter 9 Outfits (Exotic, Mature, and Sporty)
FF7 Remake: Aerith’s Dresses in Chapter 9
FF7 Remake: Cloud’s Dresses in Chapter 9