Final Fantasy VII Remake mod makes Tifa’s more voluptuous

Final Fantasy VII Remake

The popularity of Tifa Lockhart from Final Fantasy VII knows no bounds, and with the remake now on PC, modders are going to town – and one mod makes Tifa somehow more attractive.

While many agree that the Final Fantasy heroine is already ridiculously attractive, the new mod that makes Tifa more voluptuous was made in the hopes of increasing her allure.

The new “Thiccfa Lockhart” mod was uploaded over onto Nexusmods recently by enterprising user azurebr, not long after the game’s PC release. The mod is shown with Tifa’s default outfits in game, but naturally there are other mods to give her more revealing clothes already.

It’s worth pointing out that the mod will only work with the game set to the highest level of detail, and it requires the 3DMigoto base mod for it to work properly. The 3DMigoto mod is necessary as it lets you bring in custom textures into the game.

For those purists that want a very customized experience with Tifa like having her in the purple dress or the above wedding dress, you’ll need to grab both of those mods as well. If you want to customize things around her bigger butt, you can also mod in a proper underwear texture as the default in-game texture is dark/hidden.

Here’s a video of the Thiccfa mod in action, plus the wedding dress:

In related news, Final Fantasy VII Remake producer Yoshinori Kitase recently teased that the Final Fantasy VII world will expand – the first expansion before modders make other characters thiccer was the recently released Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier.

Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade has been available since June 2021 on PlayStation 5. The original Final Fantasy VII Remake is available on PlayStation 4. In case you missed it, you can find our review for the remake here and Intergrade here, and our port report on the PC version here.



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