Capcom has revealed output resolution and framerate details for their upcoming horror adventure Resident Evil Village. As expected, the new-gen PS5 and Xbox Series X/S consoles will run the game on 4K 60 fps, although performance will drop to 45 fps if you enable ray tracing.
As spotted by Wario64 on Twitter, Capcom’s official website listed how each console will perform. Here’s the full breakdown:
- PlayStation 5 – 4K HDR/60 FPS
- PlayStation 5 (With Ray Tracing) – 4K HDR/45 FPS
- Xbox Series X – 4K HDR/60 FPS
- Xbox Series X (With Ray Tracing) – 4K HDR/45 FPS
- Xbox Series S – 1440p HDR/45 FPS
- Xbox Series S (With Ray Tracing) – 1440p HDR/30 FPS
- PlayStation 4 Pro – 1080p/60 FPS
- PlayStation 4 Pro (In High Resolution) – 4K HDR/30 FPS
- PlayStation 4 – 900p/45 FPS
- Xbox One X – 1080p/60 FPS
- Xbox One X (In High Resolution) – 4K HDR/30 FPS
- Xbox One – 900p/30 FPS
- Stadia – 1080p/60 FPS or 4K 60 FPS (4K is upscaled using dynamic resolution)
The game is also set to launch for PC but Capcom neglected to add any performance details for the same in their list. This comes a day after Resident Evil’s showcase where it was revealed that PS4/5 players will get earliest access to the game’s demo ‘8 Hours in Village.’ The demo is set to arrive for PlayStation consoles on April 17/April 18 and for Xbox consoles, PC, and Stadia on May 1/May 2, depending on where in the world you are. The showcase also shared a trailer for an upcoming animated Netflix series: Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness.
About Resident Evil Village
Resident Evil Village is a survival horror video game developed and published by Capcom. It is the sequel to Resident Evil 7: Biohazard and the tenth major installment in the Resident Evil series.
The story begins with Ethan Winters and his wife Mia living happily in a new place, free from their past nightmares, a few years after the horrifying events in the critically acclaimed Resident Evil 7 biohazard. Just as they are starting their new life together, they are once again struck by tragedy. When Captain Chris Redfield of the BSAA attacks their house, Ethan has to go to hell again to get back his kidnapped daughter.