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Resident Evil Village: could the title have problems on PlayStation 5?

Resident Evil Village: could the title have problems on PlayStation 5?

The well-known leaker Dusk Golem spoke again of Resident Evil Village, the new chapter of the famous Capcom horror series.

A few hours away from the showcase dedicated to the next generation PlayStation 5 console, in which we had the opportunity to see a new trailer of Resident Evil Villagemore and more players are looking forward to getting their hands on the new chapter of the famous horror saga of Capcom. Considering also the importance of the chapters of the series in the vast videogame panorama, each indiscretion published on the internet is taken into consideration by the numerous fans waiting. Among the most active insiders in providing information on the new chapter of the famous Japanese video game series we can find Dusk Golem who, after having revealed some interesting details on what will be the different approaches that we will have the opportunity to use in the title, has communicated some information on his official Twitter account through his own Twitter account. development.

According to reports from Dusk Golem, the next installment in the survival horror series was born as a project cross-genwhich would be released during the early 2021 on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X. The title would be ready for about a year, but Capcom has decided to focus more on next generation console, modifying the initial project. This is mainly due to the fact that some of the mechanics introduced within Resident Evil Village would have performed better on the new platforms, especially thanks to the reduced loading speed, guaranteed by the new internal components. Capcom would therefore have decided to focus its efforts on one updated version of the titlewhich would also have allowed him to power up the game in terms of shadows, graphic effects and character models.

This however would have led to some problems from the point of view of development on PlayStation 5, which would not be able to hold up in the best way total reworking of Resident Evil Village, as opposed to PC and Xbox Series X. Also according to his statement, Capcom would find himself in difficulty with the title, to the point of thinking of lowering the quality of the effects and characteristics, or of proposing the title as a cross- gen. In any case, we remind you that these are indiscretions, and that Capcom may deny these statements at any time. We just have to wait for more information on the title, which will be released in the course of 2021 on PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X.

(1/6) Okay, so I have a really complicated explanation. I’ve resisted talking about it, but with the new showing I think I can talk about this a bit more.
RE8 was playable from start to finish over a year ago, as I’ve shared before in 2019 there was another game that was RE8, but https://t.co/gzMo1i1reR

– AestheticGamer aka Dusk Golem (@ AestheticGamer1) September 17, 2020