'Resident Evil' 7: Biohazard will feature a higher difficulty; Capcom to release RE7 VRBy / 2017.01.10
Capcom claims that the upcoming "Resident Evil" 7: Biohazard will have a very interesting game difficulty. RE7 is said to contain a great difficulty that will make the players more engaged in a serious gaming style.
Siver Times reported that the Capcom Head Hajime Horiuchi mentioned in an interview a with Xbox Magazine that the "Resident Evil" 7 will feature a higher difficulty. Compared to the previous titles, RE7 has a higher difficulty level in several aspects of the game.
Horiuchi cited that Capcom wants the player to feel the real fear of a horror game like watching a horror film. Anxiety and tension is the main focus of the developers, while they work on the combat aspects of the game, where they want to retain the thrill of actions.
Capcom stated that they want the players to feel the thrill of the RE7 where they won't feel the combat is as easy as the previous titles. They actually want the AI to kill the players with common capabilities where players need to make sure that they will survive the intense actions and scenes.
On the other side of the news, WCCF Tech reported that UK's PlayStation Magazine made a positive comment about the upcoming "Resident Evil" 7. RE 7 was praised due to its rich and realistic graphics, where several game critics were impressed.
"Resident Evil" 7 will run the 4K resolution as was tested using the PlayStation 4 Pro. It features a great environment that would let the players feel the dark and scary environment of the RE7: Biohazard.
Lightings are shadings are the key parts of the "Resident Evil" 7, that allows the game to present a realistic horror film-like type of a game. Combined with the game's difficulties mentioned by Capcom, RE7 is sure to be a game of the year contender for 2017.
Resident Evil 7: Biohazard is set to release this 24th of January and will be available on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC. The game is also expected to have its VR version as the several reports showed last year.