Resident Evil 8 Village: System Requirements and Open Beta for Re: Verse

Resident Evil 8 Village: System Requirements and Open Beta for Re: Verse

Resident Evil 8 Village

Capcom has announced more details about Resident Evil Village. A few weeks before the release, the creators have now also revealed the system requirements for the horror game. In addition, fans can look forward to an open beta from Re: Verse soon, which will be launched in early April.

Just recently, Capcom revealed that Resident Evil Village on the PC with ray tracing and FidelityFX from AMD will be equipped. Details on possible Nvidia functions such as DLSS were not yet available. The two versions for PS5 and Xbox Series X will also offer ray tracing. Before the release, we now also know which requirements your PC must meet in order to be able to play the horror title. All information can be found in the table below.

Minimally recommended Raytracing CPU Intel Core i5-7500 Intel Core i7 8700 Intel Core i7 8700 AMD Ryzen 3 1200 AMD Ryzen 5 3600 AMD Ryzen 5 3600 RAM 8GB 16GB 16GB GPU GTX 1050 Ti GTX 1070 RTX 2070 (4K / 45FPS) RX 560 RX 5700 RTX 3070 (4K / 60FPS) RX 6700 XT (4K / 45 FPS) RX 6800 (4K / 45 FPS) RX 6900 XT (4K / 60FPS) DirectX version 12 Version 12 Version 12 Memory Not yet known Not yet known Not yet known As in part 7, we will be accompanying Ethan and Mia again in Resident Evil Village. This time players have to rescue their kidnapped daughter. Again you slip into the role of Ethan Winters. There is already a demo in the PlayStation Store, but it is exclusive to PS5. Another test version should appear shortly for all platforms.

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Resident Evil Re:Verse will begin open beta tests April 8 - 11

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Resident Evil Re:Verse open beta tests will take place from April 8 - 11, Capcom has announced. 

Beta testing will be available from April 7 at 11pm PT / 7am GMT until April 10 at 11pm PT / April 11 7am GMT, and fans will be able to play on PS4, Xbox One, and PC (via Steam). Eager fans will even be able to pre-load the game early from April 5 at 5pm PT / April 6 at 1am GMT.

Resident Evil Re:Verse is an multiplayer online-only game that sees series regulars such as Claire Redfield, Leon Kennedy, Jill Valentine, and more head to recognizable locations from across the series - such as the Raccoon City Police Department - to fight it out with familiar villains of the series such as Mr. X and Jack Baker. 

The full game will release for free alongside Resident Evil Village (aka Resident Evil 8) on May 7, 2021. To get even more excited for this online-horror experience, take a look at this snippet of Resident Evil Re:Verse gameplay. 

The game first premiered during the Resident Evil Showcase in January and was created to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Resident Evil series. The event, which was primarily focused around upcoming title Resident Evil Village, also showcased other Resi projects including a Resident Evil Maiden Demo which tells a unique story that links to Resident Evil Village, and the Netflix series Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness, which has recently cast the actors who will take on the roles of Leon Kennedy and Claire Redfield. 

If you’re now trying to catch up before Resident Evil Village or Re:Verse, make sure to take a look at our ultimate guide to Resident Evil games. 

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