The race to be nominated for the Best Game of the Year will be difficult this year, and that the year 2020 will still be packed with big headlines. For those who have already arrived Ori and the will of Wisps y MAKE A MIRACLE we must add more to come, and the first to do so will be Resident Evil 3 Remake, which will be released in just over a week.
As with the issue of Resident Evil 2, Capcom has decided to launch a demo so fans can get a first-hand look at how this new remake will work that will make it live for Jill Valentine's first season. As usual, Digital Foundry did an in-depth video analysis of the demo operation. You can see the video below:
The Resident Evil 3 Xbox One X version runs on 4K
As we can see in the video, the Xbox One X version is the only one running 4K, compare to 1620p running on PS4 Pro. This allows this version to display sharp and more defined graphics, and also represents a jump from the Resident Evil 2 return, which started at 1620p on both models. However, the same does not happen in terms of performance, and the PS4 Pro version goes about 60 fps stable while the Xbox One X version goes between 40-50 fps, reaching speeds of 30 fps at regular intervals.
Speaking of the basic PS4 console it runs at 1080p standard, and the Xbox One S compares it to most scenarios (though with a strong resolution you can see close to 900p). In this sense, the performance of both games is very similar to Resident Evil 2, so if you liked the way it looks, you'll feel like you're in for one amazing game.
As we say this commentary refers to the demo only, and that the result of the final version of the Resident Evil 3 Remake may be different in every respect. As the title releases comes April 3 On the Xbox One and PC we recommend that you read our interesting edits for the actual game.