Capcom has revealed that they’re “looking into” bringing Resident Evil Village to the Xbox One and PlayStation four platforms, although that isn’t the present precedence at the moment.
The newest tease from the corporate got here by the use of the Tokyo Game Show showcase, which is occurring now. When Resident Evil Village was first introduced, it was focused as a next-gen expertise for the Xbox Series X/S and the PlayStation 5, forcing console gamers to improve their setups earlier than participating.
Now it seems like the following gen restriction may not stay in place, as a result of the dev crew is “looking into” bringing it to Xbox One and PS4, although the livestream section did make clear that Capcom is just not able to make any guarantees relating to a present gen supply at the moment.
“We’re looking into it,” added producer Tsuyoshi Kanda throughout the livestream. “But we can’t make any promises. However, we will do our best in creating a top-tier survival horror experience on current generation consoles.”
With Resident Evil Village happening after the occasions of seven with the return of Ethan Winters and a “much darker” narrative than prior entries, it might be good to see the title be extra accessible through generations. Still, it is good that Capcom is not promising something it might probably’t assure it would ship, and followers will nonetheless have the ability to take pleasure in what’s subsequent on subsequent gen platforms and on PC.
We haven’t got a launch date for Resident Evil Village at the moment, solely that it’s popping out someday in 2021.