Resident Evil 7's sales have hit 12.4 million units, while Resident Evil Village stands at 8.3 million.
These moments had us all jumping out of our chairs.
Support for ray-tracing in both titles was dropped after a recent patch. However, there's still no word on Resident Evil 7: biohazard.
Capcom confirms that the recent removal of ray tracing options from its survival horror titles on Steam was a bug.
After recently stating that it would be removing the survival horror trio's non-ray tracing versions, Capcom has now done the exact opposite.
After that point, the survival horror trio will only be available on PC with enhanced settings, including ray tracing and 3D audio.
These games fell way short of doing what they could and should have been capable of.
From the terrifying and nail-biting to insanely over-the-top, some of Resident Evil's final bosses deserve serious recognition.
Nailing an experience's length is easier said and done, and one way or another, these games left a little to be desired on that front.
Resident Evil 3 (2020) is currently at 6.4 million units sold, while Resident Evil 7: biohazard has sold 11.7 million units.
These megatons fell way short of expectations.
Capcom confirms the survival horror trio is now available on Nintendo's hybrid platform, exclusively via the cloud.
Meanwhile, 2020's remake of Resident Evil 3 has now sold over 5.4 million units worldwide, having sold 200,000 units over the course of the previous quarter.
Hopefully the upcoming remake will take plenty of cues from its predecessors in terms of both what to do and what not to do.
Due to an "overwhelming community response," PC players can now roll back to the previous versions without ray tracing and 3D audio.
The three acclaimed survival horror titles can be enjoyed on current-gen consoles with ray tracing, higher frame rates, 3D audio, and more.
It looks like a native current-gen launch for the survival horror trio is imminent. A shadow drop announcement could be planned for the upcoming Capcom Showcase.
Current-gen versions of multiple Resident Evil games were announced earlier this year, and it looks like RE3 might be the first to go.
Resident Evil 7: biohazard has sold 10.8 million units. An additional 200,000 units have been sold since December 31st, 2021.
Capcom recently confirmed that Resident Evil 2, 3, and 7 would launch for PS5 and Xbox Series X/S this year, though specific launch dates are unknown.