Resident Evil Village artwork

Resident Evil Village will officially support Ray Tracing on PC, first PC footage

During the third episode of “Where Gaming Begins”, AMD announced that Resident Evil Village will feature Ray Tracing and FidelityFX on PC. In addition, the red team revealed the first PC gameplay footage, showing some ray-traced scenes from it.

Although AMD did not reveal any additional details, we can see that Capcom will be using Ray Tracing in order to enhance the game’s reflections and lighting.

Now, since this will be an AMD-powered game, we can safely assume that it won’t support DLSS 2.0. That’s unfortunate as DLSS can significantly improve performance without reducing the overall image quality of a game.

Resident Evil Village is coming to PC on May 7th.

Enjoy (PC footage starts at 9:42)!

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