A survival horror game, Resident Evil: Village has been released after a long wait for game fans and can be played on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S, Google Stadia and Steam.
Resident Evil: Village horror survival game officially released after a long wait for game fans and can be played on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S, Google Stadia, and Steam.
Followed on the official website, Saturday (8/5/2021), Capcom as the developer of the game Resident Evil: Village provides a demo version with a total duration of approximately 2 hours. Now the players can try it in full. One of the first to try it out was eurogamer.
Just for the record, this game is a sequel to Resident Evil 7 (RE7) by maintaining the First Person Shooter (FPS) concept that prioritizes the character’s point of view. But of course, Resident Evil: Village comes with some better improvements.
Capcom really took advantage of the RE Engine and did it with care to make all the elements in the game so that the composition was right. The point of view that leads to the background of the scene is very well packaged so that it connects smoothly with the object in front of it.
Talking about texture, when viewed from a very close distance (close up), it can be said that it is quite disappointing. But again, when compared to RE7, eurogamer said there was a significant increase overall.
They convey that the key to a game with the FPS genre is the characters themselves. How the movement of his body, the movement of the camera, until the mechanics attack the character. Because if the movement and mechanics are bad, the illusion or effect that is presented will be destroyed.
But in this case, Capcom packs it up very well, from its gentle movements, to its excellent shooting mechanics. Overall, the Eurogamer party was impressed with Capcom’s achievements up to the latest Resident Evil series. They are delighted to see the transition from the RE Engine which provides good quality to enthusiasts.