All hope isn’t lost as Capcom might continue to try and bring Resident Evil Village onto current-gen consoles. Earlier this year, fans learned the game wasn’t coming to current-generation platforms reportedly due to developmental problems.
Well, the developer might be trying to face it head-on and power through. During Capcom’s Tokyo Games Show presentation, it claimed it’s “looking into” how to bring Village onto current-generation platforms.
“While Resident Evil Village is being developed specifically for next-generation consoles and PC, we’re looking into delivering the experience on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One as well. We’re looking into it but we can’t make any promises, however we will do our best to bring a top-tier survival horror experience to current-generation consoles.”
Resident Evil Village takes place years after Resident Evil 7 and sees you take up the role of Ethan Winters once again. Lobbing you into a first-person perspective, it’s up to you to make your way through a monster-infested village.
Village is supposed to launch sometime in 2021.
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