During the month of March, Capcom made the announcement that the PS5 and Xbox Series X/S versions of Resident Evil 2, Resident Evil 3, and Resident Evil 7: biohazard will all receive free updates. PC gamers who already own a copy of the game are eligible for a free upgrade. In a post that was made recently on Steam, Capcom mentioned that the upgrade patch will be “coming soon,” and also disclosed the game’s updated system requirements for personal computers.
Windows 7/8.1/10 (64-bit) will no longer be supported; only Windows 10 (64-bit) will be supported going forward. DirectX 11 will likewise be made unavailable, and the use of DirectX 12 will be required. When it comes to the game’s graphics, the minimum requirements have been bumped up to a GeForce GTX 960 or a Radeon RX 460 from a GeForce GTX 760 or a Radeon R7 260x.
Once the update patch is fully operational, support for the earlier system requirements will be discontinued. It’s time to bite the bullet and install Windows 10 on your computer if you’ve been putting it off for the previous several years (or even longer). The upgrades that will be made available to PC players with this patch are unknown at this time according to Capcom.
Players with an Xbox Series X/S console or a PS5 can experience ray tracing, faster frame rates, and three-dimensional audio. DualSense’s haptic feedback and adjustable triggers can both be used with a PS5 console. The upgrade is completely free on consoles, and it is possible to import save data from older generations onto newer ones. Regarding the date of the release, make sure to check back here for additional information within the next few days.