Capcom has launched a patch for Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3 that returns raytracing to the sport.
Earlier this week, the corporate launched an replace for the remakes which eliminated raytracing choices with out a proof.
Resident Evil 2, 3 and seven next-gen launch trailer.
Seems, the elimination was unintended, and Capcom has now patched raytracing again into the video games.
Together with raytracing, the 3D Audio Choice was additionally reported lacking by gamers after the final replace rolled out. As of press time, we’re undecided whether or not it too was included on this patch. If not, we anticipate it will likely be added again quickly.
The latest recreation to be launched within the remake and reboot division is Resident Evil 4 Remake, which was not solely reviewed properly, however promoting very well too.
VG247’s overview of the sport gave it 5 stars, with Kelsey writing: “The persevering with string of profitable Resident Evil Remakes makes me longing for the longer term, too. I’ve made it very clear over time that I’m not the most important fan of Resident Evil 5 or 6, nonetheless, this Remake – and seeing all of the intricate element entwined into the remake of this timeless traditional with out shedding its magic – has me extra open-minded for what’s coming subsequent.”