Resident Evil Village is a great game, and the PC model is alright – although it definitely might’ve been higher, particularly at launch. After testing discovered cracked variations of the sport operating considerably higher than these with the unique DRM, Capcom shortly issued a performance patch, and now yet another update meant to spice up fps is on the best way.

This patch is scheduled to hit the Steam model of Resident Evil Village on August 24. Capcom describes this as another “performance patch” which can repair “an issue where certain CPUs were unable to launch the game” and supply “minor fine-tuning of certain graphical processes”. We’ll see how that really improves sensible performance quickly sufficient.

The last update did seem to make a noticeable enchancment to performance, albeit not fairly so good as what some people noticed with the cracked model. Capcom has tended to strip its games of DRM a while after launch, however we’d have an excellent wait forward earlier than the identical factor occurs to Village.

There is extra Village to return, although, as DLC was announced again in July. Re:Verse, the multiplayer element initially scheduled to launch with Village, has been pushed back to 2022.

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