Fri. Sep 30th, 2022

An efficiency patch for Local Evil Village on Steam is presenting next week.In a short tweet on the developers official social networks channels, Capcom stated this update – the second in the designers fight to stabilise the scary game on PC – fixes a problem where “particular” unspecified CPUs were “unable to introduce the game”, as well as the “minor fine-tuning of certain visual processes”, although what, precisely, graphical procedures the update will resolve.

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Well have to wait up until the update rolls out on 24th August to discover out, I guess.As Richard explained over on Digital Foundry just recently, it took Capcom “74 days from launch to release a spot to resolve the performance problems of the PC version of Resident Evil Village – an update Capcom had to deliver in the face of discoveries that the pirated/cracked variation of the game ran nigh-on perfectly”. “its challenging not to feel that Capcom might be doing so much more for PC users already reeling from the news that anti-piracy procedures screwed up the game they d bought and paid for,” he said.ICYMI, Capcom has actually now sold 4.5 m copies of Resident Evil Village.

A couple of weeks back, hackers struck the headings by firmly insisting that the stuttering and dropped framerates experienced by players on PC were brought on by the video games own anti-piracy procedures – something Digital Foundry was able to check and prove, too.
A second Resident Evil Village performance patch is releasing on Steam beginning August 24th UTC. The spot addresses the following:- Fixed an issue where specific CPUs were unable to release the video game- Minor fine-tuning of certain graphical processes– Resident Evil (@RE_Games) August 20, 2021

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