Resident Evil VII: 4K, HDR and More Detailed for PS4 Pro, Xbox One S, Steam and Windows Store Versions

on November 24, 2016 3:21 AM

Today Capcom released a batch of information of Resident Evil VII: Biohazard, mostly focusing on the support of different resolutions, HDR, options and virtual reality on different platforms.

First of all, the standard PS4 and Xbox One offer a traditional gameplay environment that aims to return to the origins of horror games. Thanks to the new generation RE Engine used for the game, it’s possible to enjoy a great level of detail down to the dust floating in the air.

The first person perspective aims to let players experience an overwhelming fear, and enjoy to their heart content the sense of exhilaration coming from it.

Secondly, the PS4 version of the game is fully compatible with PlayStation VR, letting the player experience the entirety of the content of the game in virtual reality. Not only the virtual reality headset will let player experience the atmosphere of the derelict mansion, but on PS4 Pro certain aspects of the graphics are enhanced even when using PlayStation VR.

The game is compatible with the new models PS4 Pro and Xbox One S. HDR is offered on both, while 4K mode is offered on PS4 Pro only. The game aims to provide the “ultimate horror experience” on the newest consoles thanks to more expressive visuals in high definition.

Last, but not least, the game will be available for PC both on Steam and on the Windows Store. Both versions support HDR and 4K, and the Windows Store version only can also share saved data with the Xbox One version.

Below you can check out a few screenshots that came with the press release, while we wait for the game’s release on January 24th.

 /  Executive News Editor
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