Capcom in an interview with IGN confirmed that Resident Evil Village was originally created with an eye on the next-generation consoles — no release was planned on the PS4 and Xbox One. At the time of the announcement in June last year, the publisher has not yet decided to port the game to the systems of the last generation. However, the desire to make it accessible to a larger audience contributed to experiments.
“Through trial and error, we were able to achieve a comfortable version for last generation consoles. However, if we didn‘t get to the right level of quality, I don’t think we would have released the game on PS4 and Xbox One.
” According to Capcom producer Tsuyoshi Kanda, the game should look and work roughly the same across all platforms — the team tried to implement the best versions on each console. Resident Evil Village is released on May 7, and the 60-minute demo will be available from 2nd to 10th may.
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