2021. That is the date burned by the followers of Resident Evil Village, the continuation of the acclaimed Resident Evil 7: Biohazard. The new installment of the successful Cap com franchise will take us to a remote town located in Romania, where zombies do not seem to be the main threat…
Be that as it may, the official title page on the PlayStation Store has shared new details about the work and how it will take advantage of some PS5 features. Among the highlights we find that Resident Evil Village will reach 4K as a resolution and with ray tracing technology included. This means that we can enjoy a very powerful visual section on the Sony console, and we will have to wait to see if the Xbox Series will also make it possible.
As usual, the DualSense control also takes action on the matter. Its adaptive triggers and haptic vibration will adjust to the actions we will perform with our protagonist Ethan, especially with regard to the sensations when shooting.
Loading times seem like they will be a thing of the past, as they will be almost completely eliminated , saving a lot of waiting time. Finally, Resident Evil Village will have support for the 3D audio system that Sony has installed on PS5.
Logic rules: Bright Memory will be the cheapest game of the Xbox Series launch and it is now available
Last September, the Japanese publisher Playism announced Bright Memory as another of the games that will accompany the launch of Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S worldwide. As many will remember, it is an action game from the Chinese studio FYQD that debuted on Steam Early Access at the beginning of 2019 to go to its final version this year… but as a demonstration.
Yes, because Bright Memory is a playable preview of Bright Memory: Infinite, the full version of FYQD’s work with its sights set on 2021. Hence, the symbolic price of this first hour-long episode on Steam, for 8.19 euros.
For Xbox Series a similar price was expected and so it will be , since Microsoft revealed that it can already be reserved for only 7.99 euros, which automatically makes it the cheapest launch game of the new Xbox.
It is not, we insist, a game to use, being a brushstroke of something bigger that will arrive in 2021, but at least it is a very inexpensive way to see first-hand the power of Xbox Series in this mix of FPS and hack & slash so spectacular. The other, of course, is to accompany it with Xbox Game Pass.