This is sad news for fans who want to see it in the new console. Early impressions made it look completely different to the rest of the franchise, so much so as to be unrecognisable, and that anxious many fans. This follows the decision to keep Resident Evil 7 focused on the core elements of the franchise like horror, which are largely brought to life through the game's new atmospheric first-person perspective. This marks another game that won't be available to Switch, showing that Nintendo is having difficulties getting third-party support. We already have received a bunch of games that will be releasing for the Switch, such as Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Splatoon 2, Super Mario Odyssey, and Xenoblade Chronicles 2, which look fantastic. Capcom may have an explanation.
The Resident Evil series has had something of a chequered history, especially in recent years.
Reyne already has a passionate following in Europe, the United States and New Zealand and beyond, having gathered fans worldwide over the past two decades, with her unique ability to blend unnerving folk-inspired songs with industrial soundscapes.
On the plus side, the immersion is fantastic, as Capcom have gone out of their way to incorporate as many tricks they can think of to showcase the technology.
The first "Resident Evil" game was launched in 1996 and has since inspired a series of movies starring Milla Jovovich. Sadly, this does not appear to be the case.
Resident Evil 7 is releasing shortly on PC, PS4 and Xbox One and it's expected to be popular. And owing to your Microsoft account, you can save your progress, Gamerscore and in-game achievements to Xbox Live, and pick up where you left off on another Xbox One or Windows 10 PC. That doesn't mean that Jack is the only one to fear in the Baker household, there are also the Molded: mysterious creatures made of black goop, teeth and claws, as seen in the final version of the Beginning Hour demo.