At the end of Resident Evil 7, the protagonist meets a character named Redfield, whose appearance, however, is very different from the old Chris Redfield seen in chapter 5 and 6.
Fans have made a lot of theories related to Chris Redfield Identity In Resident Evil 7, but Capcom has finally broken the silence and talked about the question.
Director Koushi Nakanashihas stated that there’s nothing wrong with Chris Redfield in Resident Evil 7: he’s not a copy nor he has been brainwashed. He’s the real one. The company has simply changed his appearance in order to make him look more realistic and consistent with the game’s style.
Chris Redfield will be the main protagonist of the ‘Not a Hero’ DLC, releasing for free this Spring.
Besides Chris Redfield identity, Resident Evil 7 was one of the most interesting games that has released for PlayStation VR. Virtual Reality has surely both helped the sales of the device and the game, but it seems that experience provided by the VR wasn’t always good.
People have been complaining about motion sickness problems with and without VR due to the difference between what the eyes see and the ears hear, as stated by Polygon.
The TL;DR is that the brain is often convinced by the motion in a game, but the inner ear is like, ‘Nah bro, you’re just sitting on your couch. This disagreement convinces the brain that you must be hallucinating, perhaps due to a poison you ingested. Therefore the brain sends alarm bells to your stomach to puke up the non-existent poison. Poof: motion sickness.
Have you been affected by similar issues?
Resident Evil 7 is a survival horror video game developed by Capcom for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.