The Final Fantasy VII Remake recently hit the PS4, and the fanbase is buzzing about it. Bypassing the dreaded “Deltas” is one of the main reasons many people play and finish the game. In this guide, I will teach you how to finish the game without any Deltas, or if you are lucky enough, without any damage scaling.

If you’re looking for a guide that shows you how to get the “In lockstep trophy” achievement in FFVII:R without the need for an emulator, this is the guide.

Hidden in the many updates of Final Fantasy VII is a secret which has eluded the minds of many. The elusive “Delta-Level” Trophy has been present since the release of the original game, and was not unlocked until the release of Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children. Since then, the Delta-Level Trophy has been officially recognized by Square Enix, and the secret to unlocking it can be found in the patch.

In Lockstep is one of the numerous trophies and accomplishments available in Final Fantasy VII Remake, or FF7 Remake for short.

In order to open a door and therefore earn the trophy ac complishment, you must first overcome the highest level of security (Delta – Level).

You must be on Chapter 7 – A Trap is Set and at the Front Gate portion of the map to earn this trophy accomplishment; if you are uncertain, the Front Gate is towards the conclusion of the Chapter.

When you go to the Front Gate, you’ll have to fiddle with some levers on a machine to get a door to open. You may then continue the game and move on from that terrible machine; it took me close to 3-4 hours to finish it all, and I’m still not sure what I was doing wrong for it to take that long…

I even decided to create a funny movie of the whole event, illustrating Cloud and Barret’s exasperation at attempting to fix the problem grrr!!! Take a peek around;

Anyway, keep playing until you enter the first door; at this point, you’ll want to quit following the narrative since here is where you’ll find the trophy accomplishment.

There should be a machine nearby that you may interact with in this same area; it will be near the entrance, and Barret will probably remark on it as well, saying something like, ‘Whatcha’ll have stashed away in that vault, huh?’

Now, none of this will function until you interact with this machine, so be sure to do so.

After that, you’ll have to return to that amazing lever machine, where you’ll have to go through at least three or four different sequences until the next door opens, showing the trophy accomplishment as well as the Magic Up Materia.

Best of luck!

Over the course of the last few days, I’ve come to the realization that the game’s main story missions and the “Final Fantasy” sidequest missions are vastly different from most other “Final Fantasy” titles. With both of these, the player is faced with a choice that will impact the game’s story further. However, the game is not a linear narrative, and completing the former will not unlock the latter. Instead, there are two separate paths, both of which can be completed in a variety of ways. These paths break up the main story into two parts, but also make it possible to beat the game with the “Final Fantasy” overall mission and the “Eternal Engine. Read more about final fantasy vii remake the johnny experience trophies and let us know what you think.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do you get the lockstep trophy?

You need to get a kill with every weapon in the game.

Are there any missable trophies in ff7 remake?

There are no missable trophies in the game.

What do you get for beating ff7 remake on hard mode?

A shiny new copy of the game.