Resident Evil 4 is getting a remake for PS5, and though Capcom isn’t ringing the church bells in pleasure of full PSVR 2 help, the developer says we must always no less than count on “PSVR 2 content material”.
It’s a marked departure from the full-throated PSVR help announcement for Resident Evil 7 Biohazard when it was first unveiled at E3 2016, which helps you to play the sport begin to end in VR.
This makes it a bit unclear as to what “PSVR 2 content material” actually means, because it might both recommend full help, or ‘experience-style’ bonus materials, which might frankly be a little bit of a let down.
In spite of everything, Resident Evil 4 is already playable in VR by way of Meta Quest 2, though there are some key variations to notice. The model for Quest 2 wasn’t a remake as such, however relatively an uprezzed port of the unique sport, whereas the PS5 model is slated to be a ground-up remake ostensibly in the identical vein of Last Fantasy VII Remake (2020).
It appears doubtful that every one the VR-specific work Armature Studio put into the Quest 2 model will essentially translate since we’re basically coping with a completely completely different level of departure by way of improvement. What’s extra, Capcom had no subject asserting that Resident Evil Village is coming to PSVR 2 with full movement controls.
This might level to 2 probably eventualities: Capcom is taking part in coy and can announce that its “PSVR 2 content material” permits you to play the complete sport, both at launch or sooner or later afterwards, or we’re actually truly simply getting a PSVR 2 flavored expertise. Both manner, we’re hoping to search out out earlier than the sport’s March twenty fourth, 2023 launch date.
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