Resident Evil Village was initially announced only for PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series S / X, giving fans hope that it was a true next-generation title that would make the most of the new hardware.
However, in September of last year, Capcom announced that Resident Evil Village would also be coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and this has caused many players to worry about how these formats have affected the overall technological level of the game, as well as wondering. how it will also work for older consoles that were actually released in 2013.
In an interview with IGN, Resident Evil Village producer Tsuyoshi Kanda touched on this topic and said:
“We developed Village as a game for next-generation hardware, but to make it accessible to more players, we’ve tried and tried to somehow provide a comparable experience on next-generation hardware. In the end, we were able to provide a high quality product even for the latest generation hardware. That said, if the quality wasn’t enough, I don’t think we would have released it. “
The Gamereactor review will arrive this week, as the game launches on May 7 for PC, Playstation 4/5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series S / X.