Capcom says 16 GB of RAM is required for the reccomended experience, as well as a GTX 1070 for 1080p 60 FPS gameplay with the “Focus on Screen Quality” setting ticked. Naturally, players who want to turn on Ray tracing will need a compatible card. RTX 3070 owners will be able to attain 4K 60 FPS gameplay, for example. You can see the full specs in the tweet below:
— Nibel (@Nibellion) March 22, 2021
As well as the system requirements, Capcom revealed the Open Beta test dates for Re:Verse, the multiplayer component of Resident Evil: Village where players can embody fan-favourite characters and bioweapons. The beta test will be available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 4 Pro, Xbox One, Xbox One X and PC via Steam starting on April 7th 2021. Next-gen players will be able to play the Xbox One / PS4 version of the game on their consoles.
The Beta will be open from April 7 at 11pm Pacific until April 10 at 11pm Pacific, (that’s April 8 at 2am Eastern / 7am UK / 6pm AEDT to April 11 at the same time). You’ll be able to preload the demo starting on April 5 (or April 6 in the UK and Australia).
Resident Evil Village will launch on May 7 2021. Capcom recently warned fans about scam emails offering early access to the game.
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