After the unbelievable Resident Evil 7: Biohazard on PSVR, we’ve been hoping for some type of Resident Evil Village announcement. Sadly, we’re now not holding our breath for that – however we’d by no means have bargained for a Resident Evil 4 VR announcement to fill the void. That’s precisely what was introduced in a single day, nevertheless, with growth being led by ex-Metroid Prime builders Armature.
This conversion transfers the sequence’ trademark third-person gameplay to a first-person perspective, and sees you bodily wielding Leon S Kennedy’s arsenal of firearms. Sadly, the re-release will likely be unique to Oculus Quest 2 – in reality, Fb shouldn’t be even bringing this one to the unique Oculus Quest headset or its PC-based Oculus Rift S.
What are the probabilities of a PlayStation port, then – particularly with next-gen PSVR across the nook? Properly, it appears to be like like Oculus Studios is concerned within the growth of this, so we’re going to say low. Nonetheless, we wouldn’t rule it out completely – everyone knows Capcom likes to flog Resident Evil four wherever it presumably can, and bringing this to different platforms at a later date certainly is smart.
After all, it’s value remembering that Sony bought exclusivity for Resident Evil 7: Biohazard’s digital actuality mode, and it hasn’t launched wherever else. Nonetheless, contemplating how iconic this sport is, we’d completely like to expertise it from one other perspective, so let’s hope PlayStation is on the telephone with Capcom and may persuade them to port this as soon as its take care of Oculus has expired.