Resident Evil Village reveals its minimum and recommended PC configurations

Game News Resident Evil Village Reveals Its Minimum and Recommended PC Configurations Resident Evil Village, slated for May, is revealing new information about its PC version by posting its minimum and recommended configurations on the game’s Japanese pre-order page. Information continues to flow around Capcom’s flagship series. After announcing an open beta for Resident Evil Re: Verse and unveiling the title of the next live-action movie, it’s now the turn of the next game in the saga, Resident Evil Village, to talk about it. At least its PC version. On the game’s dedicated Japanese website, and particularly in the pre-order section, Capcom says more about the components needed to support the title. They haven’t been released on PC yet, while on Xbox it should weigh 45.02GB according to the Microsoft Store page of the title. Either way, it takes at least 8GB of RAM to run it on a PC, with 16 being more convenient, while DirectX 12 is mandatory in all configurations. In addition, with the only minimum configuration, the site states that under certain conditions the game can run at 1080p / 60fps using the performance focus settings. For ray tracing you need at least an Nvidia Geforce RTX 2060 or an AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT. For more details, we invite you to consult the website screenshots, which you can find below. Resident Evil Village is expected on May 7th on PC, but also on PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series. About Resident Evil by TheXsable, writing from MP