Aesthetic Player , Also known as Twilight Golem , is a trusted source of information within the media industry. After positive comments on several works, the initiate has managed to gain the trust of the community and, therefore, whenever he offers new details about a specific project or situation, he is often listened to seriously. Resident Evil 8: Village , in particular, is among the works that said user fully anticipated before it became an official reality and, for this reason, the PlayStation 5 community now has cause for concern , while those of PlayStation 4 and Xbox One have reason to rejoice.
(1/6) Okay, so I have a really complicated explanation. I've resisted talking about it, but with the new showing I think I can talk about this a bit more.
RE8 was playable from start to finish over a year ago, as I've shared before in 2019 there was another game that was RE8, but https://t.co/gzMo1i1reR
— AestheticGamer aka Dusk Golem (@AestheticGamer1) September 17, 2020
In this regard, the insider He shared via his Twitter account a series of comments alluding to the listed eighth episode of the saga, where he mentioned that the PS5 version of the work would have serious drawbacks in its development . “ The PS5 version of RE8 actually has a lot of issues, ” he commented. “The next-gen enhancements they make work well on the PC and Xbox [Series] X versions , but they seriously affect the PS5 version. They are debating downside effects and improvements , trying to find out what is going on.
Following that, he adds, Capcom plans to keep the iteration projection to bring it to current gen consoles . “ With these doubts and thoughts on sales, they are wondering whether they should jump into the next generation of consoles for the benefits it brings to the game or keep it to make it widely available, and even shared questionnaires. with testers who understand questions about whether to take a next-generation or cross-generation approach , ”he condemned.
Even so, from the downsides of the PlayStation 5 version to its hypothetical arrival on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, we stress that this is not official information and, despite the plausibility of the source, we recommend that you wait for Capcom’s direct announcements to really know what will happen to the future of Resident Evil 8: Village , which has only been announced – for now – for PC, Xbox Series X, and PS5.