Resident Evil 7 is making a big splash when it debuts in 2017. While the seventh installment is welcome as it is, Capcom game producer Masachika Kawata promises a new offering with improved resolution and framerate parity.
‘Resident Evil 7’ Maximizing Display Hardware
Kawata says via Gaming Bolt that Resident Evil 7 fans are in for improved gameplay in 2017. The game runs at 60 FPS and 1080p for PS4 and Xbox One consoles respectively. Versions for latest game console offerings will also happen, as well as the PC edition.
Kawata adds that support for HDR on the Xbox One S, PS4 and PS4 Pro is happening as well. The initiative takes it to another level, attention of which will be to detail as well as smooth game performance.
Resident Evil 7 will maximize the latest graphics-rendering technology, key points hardcore gamers demand for. Capcom has taken all these in consideration, hopefully delivering a successful sequel.
“When it comes to new hardware, I think that the biggest takeaway is just making sure that it’s not just one party that is excited about this product,” he said. “It really has to be a mutual interest on both the manufactures side, publisher side, [and] consumer side. And only when everyone is on board and everyone’s excited for the product does it allow the opportunity to expand the game industry and the user base.”
‘Resident Evil 7’ Has All Bases Covered
With graphics side covered, the next item on the agenda is the storyline Capcom has in mind. Another action-packed and horror gaming experience is a given, made even thrilling with the shift to a first-person view.
Thanks to a photo-realistic style made possible by Capcom’s new RE Engine, Resident Evil 7 looms as one of the big game titles for 2017. A demo titled Beginning Hour is currently out, something that should set the stage for the big reveal on Jan. 24, 2017.