Resident Evil is one of the biggest franchises for Capcom, however, many fans raised their concerned that the series is done after Resident Evil 6.
However, Capcom is working hard to bring the franchise back to its roots with Resident Evil 7 and has many design choices that have somewhat created a backlash.
One design choice, in particular, is the first person perspective of the game, which is primarily to support VR.
Capcom has already confirmed the PlayStation VR support for Resident Evil 7 but no details were revealed for Oculus or HTC VIVE.
However, a new advertisement poster for Resident Evil 7 has made its way to the internet, and according to the poster, Resident Evil 7 will be a PlayStation VR exclusive for Only a year.
This is a great news for those PC gamers who have been looking forward to playing the game on PC VR kits. However, by the time VR support for PC is released for Resident Evil 7, PC gamers might have moved forward to something else, so Capcom could lose some initial sales from PC VR users.
While Resident Evil 7 is months away from release and Capcom is yet to announce the release date for the game, the developer has announced the PC system requirements for the game. According to Capcom the minimum processor requirements for the game is Intel Core i5-4460, 2.70GHz or AMD FX-6300 or better and recommended is Intel Core i7 3770 3.4GHz or AMD or better.
Ever since Sony and Microsoft confirmed the Xbox One S and PlayStation 4 Slim will support HDR, many developers are bringing this functionality to their games. Capcom has also announced that Resident Evil 7 will support HDR on Xbox One S.
Resident Evil 7 is a survival horror game-in-development at Capcom, and the game is expected to launch in January 2017 for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.