Within the first hour of the game I had more fun than I've had in years-more true, visceral and grisly horror fun than most games can even accomplish.
Cumulative sales for games in the Resident Evil franchise - launched back in 1996 - have reached more than 75 million units.
Resident Evil 7 was released earlier this week, and if you're torn regarding which platform to purchase it for, maybe this report from Digital Foundry will help speed up the decision making process. The change to first person works wonders for the series.
So, as anticipated, the best console version is PS4 Pro.
Using those who did accept the ResidentEvil.net prompt, Capcom has collected a wealth of data regarding the play habits of Resident Evil 7 players. The game also supports PlayStation VR and players can play the entire game in virtual-reality. More importantly, Resident Evil 7 runs at a lower resolution in VR, which pulls the significant level of detail that makes the game so damn immersive from the player.
The first "Resident Evil 7" DLC is the first "Banned Footage Vol. 1" footage.
After ruling out a Resident Evil 7 Nintendo Switch port, Express Online asked producer Masachika Kawata and director Koshi Nakanishi if the game would receive any Xbox Scorpio optimisations. If you don't have a headset yourself, don't worry about the latest installment in the franchise selling itself short on your television.
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