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Something to look forward to: Players can probably consider the just-released free demo for Capcom’s Resident Evil Village Gold Edition a benchmark for that game and the upcoming remake of Resident Evil 4. The titles have similarly modest system requirements, at least for 1080p gameplay.
During a Halloween presentation this week, Capcom shed some light on the Resident Evil 4 remake and unveiled details for the expansion pack to last year’s Resident Evil Village. The new footage of the remake remains faithful to the original 2005 version but reveals many subtle changes along with a tremendous leap forward in graphics.
Capcom showed off the earliest section of Resident Evil 4. It should look familiar to those who’ve played earlier editions of the game, but it also significantly expands in some areas. Gameplay alterations include apparent stealth elements, new functionality for the knife, a deeper crafting system, and new behavior for some enemies.
The RE4 Remake is graphically similar to Resident Evil Village, evidenced by their identical system requirements. However, it has a smaller gap between the minimum and recommended GPU specs.
Capcom suggests a GTX 1050Ti or RX 560 for playing in 1080p at 60 frames per second with the game set to “prioritize performance.” Alternatively, the publisher re