When Resident Evil Village was announced last year, from Capcom advertised as a nextgen exclusive. Back then, there weren’t many precedents for S / X series exclusives that weren’t coming out on Xbox One. Capcom backed down some time later, stating that it would also land on One..
It was then that a sea of doubts began to arise among the users. Would this become a next-gen demotion game? In a recent interview, Tsuyoshi Kanda
We develop Town as a game for next-gen hardware, but to make it accessible to more gamers, we’ve gone through a lot of trial and error to kind of provide a comparable experience to the previous gen. […] In the end, we were also able to offer a high quality product for previous generation hardware. Having said that, if the quality hadn’t been good enough I don’t think we would have released it
Director Morimasa Sato added:
If there was a big difference in graphics quality or frame rate, it wouldn’t have been something we could offer gamers, so we did our best to make sure that that would be satisfactory on any platform
Just days after its launch, Resident Evil Village continues to raise high expectations. Of course, thanks to Capcom that he gives us the opportunity to play it in our beloved One. Stay tuned to the Xbox Zone to stay up to date with this launch and the latest news from your favorite console.
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