Resident Evil Village Gets Another PC Performance Update

Resident Evil Village is a great game and the PC version is fine, although it certainly could have been better, especially at launch. After tests showed that cracked versions of the game performed much better than those with original DRM, Capcom quickly released a performance patch and now a new update is on the way that aims to increase the frames per second rate.

This patch is scheduled for August 24 in the Steam version of Resident Evil Village. Capcom describes this as another “performance patch” that “will fix an issue where some CPUs can’t run the game” and provides “easy tuning for certain graphics processes.” We’ll see how that improves practicality soon enough.

The latest update seems to have brought a noticeable performance boost, albeit not as good as what some people have seen with the cracked version. Capcom tends to strip its games of DRM some time after release, but we might as well wait for the same to happen to Village.

There’s more Village to come, though, as the DLC was announced back in July. Re: Verse, the multiplayer component planned to launch with Village, has been delayed until 2022.

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