Resident Evil Village it became a reality, after months and months of rumor, during the presentation event of the first games next-gen for PS5 last week.
Despite the rumors earlier, however, the game was only announced for PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X, thus giving up the rumored nature of cross-gen production.
The insider Dusk Golem now known as Aesthetic Gamer, who has provided everything that we knew about the project before it was official, is back on the topic with an explanation for this waiver.
Capcom would have established in fact, don’t launch the eighth chapter of the saga on The PS4 and Xbox One from the moment that the game would pull a lot on the exploration of the village from which it takes its name.
“The game makes you travel through a large part of the village and needs to load a lot of zombies”she explained to the insider in a post on Twitter a few hours ago.
“Given that there is this focus top on the explorationthis would have led to major problems on the versions for the consoles of the last generation”.
Initially you would have tried to reduce the quality of the asset to allow you to keep inside both the PS4 and Xbox One, but we would have then realized that doing so would have slowed down the progress on versions for the Xbox Series X and PS5.
With this choice, the japanese studio has ensured that the title will not have any loading within the village and will be able to push on a considerable improvement of the graphics as a whole.
Resident Evil Village does not yet have a release date, or accurate but is scheduled for a launch in the course of 2021at this point with the next-gen in mind.
You have not yet played the last chapter of the main series of the survival horror Capcom? Here you can recover Resident Evil 7 waiting for Village