Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth Glitch Turns Red XIII into Gold Saucer’s Cutest Cat

A purr-fect glitch.

By GamesRecon

In Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth, not all glitches are annoying. Some, in fact, add a touch of whimsy to the epic saga, much to the delight of gamers everywhere. A particularly amusing glitch has caught the attention of players and has quickly become a topic of laughter and wonder on the Final Fantasy Reddit. Red XIII, the noble and fiery companion in our journey, finds himself in a situation more befitting a curious typical cat than a warrior of his caliber.

During a jaunt in the Gold Saucer, a vibrant and bustling amusement park in the game, a player captured a hilarious moment where Red XIII got his head stuck in a trolley. But rather than being immobilized by this predicament, he continued to drag the trolley along, much to the amusement of the players. This glitched state of affairs had players chuckling and comparing the scene to the antics of a common housecat.

Help me Stepcloud, I’m stuck.
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The reactions from the community have been nothing short of delightful. One player noted with a mix of humor and resignation, “Cloud doesn’t seem to care what’s happening to his cute kitten, he’s always been a bitter Cloud.” Another couldn’t resist drawing comparisons to another game developer known for their quirky bugs, joking, “I didn’t realize Bethesda made this game.”

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Another shared their own bewildering encounter, “I swear they left this sort of stuff in on purpose. At one point I turned around and Red was balancing a whole table on his head whilst innocently staring up at me.” It seems Red XIII’s feline qualities shine through in more ways than one, glitch or no glitch.

This isn’t an isolated incident either. Other players chimed in with their own bizarre and funny glitches involving Red XIII. “Every time I change my outfit at Costa del Sol, Red gets stuck in the floaty pool,” shared one player, illustrating the wide range of humorous physics mishaps in the game. One user recounted, “I did that with Cloud at the Gold Saucer with one of those inflated Chocobo. Was on my shoulders like it was the jockey.”

These glitches are more entertaining than they are problematic. The bugs primarily stem from physics anomalies and rarely interfere with gameplay in a significant way. Considering the vastness and complexity of Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth, the presence of such benign glitches is a testament to Square Enix’s dedication to producing an engaging gameplay experience.

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