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At its not-E3 showcase earlier at the moment, Capcom shadow dropped the long-promised next-gen variations of Resident Evil 2 Remake, Resident Evil 3 Remake, and Resident Evil 7. These updates are centered on bringing the video games natively to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, however PC is getting some love as properly, with newly launched Steam patches providing ray tracing help for all three titles. (Some of the opposite standout options, like 4K decision and 120fps, have been already supported on PC).

As a results of these patches, the system necessities for all three video games have modified, and it is dangerous information for anybody working a model of Windows older than 10. If for some cause you’ve got been taking part in fashionable Resident Evil video games on Windows 7 or Windows 8.1, you will most likely wish to keep away from downloading this newest update, as a result of help for these OSs is completed.

Meanwhile, DirectX 12 is required, and model 11 is not supported, whereas the minimal GPU requirement for a GeForce GTX 760 / Radeon R7 260x has modified to a GTX 960 / RX 460. 

In addition to ray tracing, these new patches additionally add 3D audio help. The trailer beneath focuses on the console variations, however you may discover some fancy shadows and reflections for those who look laborious sufficient:

Capcom’s showcase was closely centered on the Resident Evil sequence. The spotlight was an growth announcement for Resident Evil Village, which can add an entire new storyline and a third-person mode.