Resident Evil 7

All three versions will support ray tracing, 4K resolution, and 3D audio Capcom has released the PS5 and Xbox Series X|S versions of Resident Evil 2 RemakeResident Evil 3 Remake, and Resident Evil 7.

During Capcom`s show-off last night (June 13), the publisher shared masses of updates for Resident Evil lovers and sooner or later introduced that the 3 cutting-edge titles are actually to be had on current-gen consoles.

All 3 titles guide 4K resolution and ray tracing, high body rates, and 3D audio for a better gameplay experience.

Players can now buy the PS5 and Xbox Series versions of the video games now on their respective stores. However, present owners of the PS4 and Xbox One versions may be able to improve their version at no more excellent price if they personal current-gen consoles. Save data will even deliver over to new platforms.

The Steam versions have additionally received a small update, with the patch providing ray tracing support as well. It seems like the system requirements have additionally been modified for the PC players,

Elsewhere withinside the showcase, Capcom additionally announced Resident Evil 7 Village is getting a sequence of major updates this year. Players can anticipate new, post-story downloadable content (DLC), a non-obligatory third-person mode, and greater playable characters in Mercenaries mode.

The Winters Expansion launches on October 28 and could include all 3 updates. Shadow Of Rose, the tale DLC, will feature Ethan`s daughter Rose and could take location 16 years after the activities of the primary game. In this DLC, Rose will travel again to the Village and try to get rid of her supernatural powers.

In different news, Persona 3 Portable, Persona 4 Golden, and Persona five Royal are all coming to PS5 and Steam. All 3 video games had been showing for Xbox, PC, and Xbox Game Pass for the duration of the Xbox and Bethesda showcase. Atlus later showed the extra platforms.

Resident Evil Village Is Getting a Full Third-Person Mode

Resident Evil Village’s DLC drops on October 28, and will also include the mercenaries mode, with a playable Lady Dumitrescu, and a new, separate story about a young Rose. A Resident Evil Village Gold Edition will also be released at the time that includes the full game along with the DLC.