Resident Evil 7 will support 4K resolutions and HDR on the PC

Capcom has revealed that the PC version of Resident Evil 7 will support both 4K resolutions and HDR. In addition, Resident Evil 7 will support cross-saving between the PC and Xbox One, and will be also available for purchase via Microsoft’s Windows Store.

Naturally, PC gamers should expect cross-saves to be available only in the Windows Store version of Resident Evil 7. The game will also be released on Steam, and it appears that this version won’t support cross-saves between PC and Xbox One.

Resident Evil 7 is currently planned for a January 24th release. The game will be powered by the new RE Engine, will feature a first-person perspective, and promises to embody the series’ signature gameplay elements of exploration and tense atmosphere.

Capcom has already released a demo on PS4, so it will be interesting to see whether a PC demo will be released prior to the game’s launch or not.

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