Resident Evil turns 25 in 2021 and Capcom is celebrating. In the Resident Evil Showcase, he made it clear to us that he is preparing a lot, but it seems that he also had a few surprises up his sleeve. What happens is that now there are rumors that there will be a next generation patch for Resident Evil 7: Biohazard.
Dusk Golem, a well-known insider with reliable information on Resident Evil and other Capcom projects, noted that the company has more plans than it announced. One of the things that he is sure to pass is a next-gen patch for Resident Evil 7: Biohazard.
The insider could not share more news about it. So we don’t know what kind of improvements we can expect. The most logical thing is that it was an increase in resolution and the rate of frames per second, although it may also include other types of improvements.
IT’S A MYSTERY IF RESIDENT EVIL VILLAGE WILL HAVE VIRTUAL REALITY
One of the long-running rumors about Resident Evil Village is a virtual reality mode. That said, it is unknown for now if that will come true at some point.
What happens is that Capcom has not made any announcement about it. For its part, Dusk Golem is sure that it was in development at some point, but does not know the current state of this modality.
“I know a VR mode was [in the works] at some point, I don’t know what its current state is. To do VR they need a constant performance to avoid dizziness ”, explained the insider.
I know VR was in at some point, I don't know the current status. To do VR they need a consistent performance for motion sickness, I guess to see. There is other things that are 100% happening they for some reason didn't mention here though, like the RE7 Next-Gen patch though. https://t.co/1zNHti0k0x
— AestheticGamer aka Dusk Golem (@AestheticGamer1) January 21, 2021
Remember that video game development is a complicated process. This is why several ideas have to be canceled. We’ll see what happens in this case.
And you, would you like a next-gen patch for Resident Evil 7 ? Would you play Resident Evil Village in virtual reality? Tell us in the comments.