In this guide, we’ll walk you through all the differences between “Normal” and “Classic” battle modes in Final Fantasy 7 Remake. You can switch between the two during the gameplay, provided that you aren’t in combat. The following are all the differences between Normal Mode and Classic Mode in FF7 Remake.


Final Fantasy 7 Remake Normal vs. Classic Battle Modes

In a nutshell, the Normal Mode is a tad fast-paced as compared to Classic Mode. It’s generally a good idea to test both of these battle modes out and see the differences for yourself. However, if you’re looking for a written overview of the comparison, we’ve got everything explained below:

Normal Battle Mode
Combat in Normal Mode works in real-time with you having to control your character’s attacks, defense, abilities, and movement. Since quite a lot of things happen at the same time, you’ll have to be on your toes and manage everything perfectly.

You’ll also either need to use the Command Menu to use characters’ abilities or switch to them manually. Therefore, essentially, you’ll be micro-managing your basic attacks and defense alongside your party’s abilities.


Classic Battle Mode
If you want to kick back play the game on “Easy”, you should go with Classic Mode. In this mode, you can watch the battles unfold on their own – something like an auto-pilot mode. However, it doesn’t mean that you can’t control the flow of the battle if you choose to do so.

You can also monitor your ATB gauges and perform abilities, special attacks, and use items whenever you feel like. All in all, the Classic Mode is for players who just want to monitor the game’s AI (which isn’t great if I’m being honest) and do a few things every now and then.

These are all the differences between Normal Mode and Classic Mode of Final Fantasy 7 Remake. For more help on the game, you can check our Final Fantasy VII Remake wiki page.


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