In recent weeks, rumors have persisted that Resident Evil Village will come with VR support. A supposed playtester could have now provided this confirmation.
Capcom’s Resident Evil Village was one of the first third-party titles to be announced for the two next-generation consoles, Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5. In the past few weeks, Capcom has confirmed various rumors about the new offshoot that are constantly haunting the Internet.
Among them the village as a new setting or the fact that the playful area again focuses on the first-person perspective. In addition, the rumor persisted that Resident Evil Village, like its predecessor Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, could offer VR support.
The rumors about virtual reality support for Resident Evil Village were confirmed by a supposed playtester who released various details about the horror adventure. Among other things, there is talk that the new horror title on the PlayStation 5 will support the VR headset of Sony: PlayStation VR.
The playtester did not reveal whether PC gamers can look forward to support from Oculus Rift and others. In addition, Capcom did not want to comment on the rumors about VR support so far. Consequently, the information of the supposed playtester should first be enjoyed with the necessary precaution, since it is simply a rumor.
Resident Evil Village will release in 2021 for PC, Xbox Series X, and PS5. It was confirmed that the game will not release on PS4 and Xbox One consoles due to some limitations.