The upcoming Village can also provide VR support.
Resident Evil 7 Obviously will accept the next-generation upgrade processing.
According to AestheticGamer (also known as Dusk Golem) (also known as an accurate leaker), Say on twitter Capcom is upgrading Resident Evil 7 for new machines from Microsoft and Sony. They said this was “100% happening”, but they did not disclose it as part of the “Resident Evil” live broadcast by the Japanese publishing giant yesterday on January 21.
There is no detailed information on what details the PlayStation 5 and Xbox series X/S patches will introduce to Resident Evil 7, but it is safe to assume that the already gorgeous games will have overall improvements in graphics, as well as potential improvements. Introduction to ray tracing.
Dusk Golem also said that virtual reality is being developed for the upcoming “Resident Evil Village”, but they are not sure if this is still in development. Part of the reason is that VR headsets require a higher frame rate to stop motion sickness, which may pose challenges in visually intensive games like the next product in the “Resident Evil” series.
Capcom revealed yesterday that “Resident Evil Village” will be launched on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S and PC (as previously announced), and PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on May 7.
The Japanese giant has launched a game demo called Maiden for PS5, but apparently, another trial will be conducted on all platforms in the spring.
Resident Evil 7 (Resident Evil 7) landed on PS4, Xbox One and PC in January 2017, and then released the Nintendo Switch version in May 2018.