Resident Evil 7 available for Xbox One and Windows 10
So, you’re a die-hard Resident Evil fan? Well, rise and shine, because your time has come. After a long wait, fans can finally enjoy the latest chapter in the long-running franchise, this time subtitled Biohazard.
The cool thing about the title is that it is part of the Xbox Play Anywhere program, a program which lets people play a game on both Microsoft supported platforms. So what does this mean? It means that if you buy the game on one platform, you get it for free on the other. You won’t be required to buy both Xbox One and PC copies of Resident Evil 7 if you’re the kind of person that usually games on two devices intermittently.
What’s Resident Evil 7 like?
Maintaining trademark characteristics which made the previous iterations what they are, Resident Evil 7 also brings out a new side of the franchise. While all the games leading up to Biohazard have been 3rd person, this game also features a first-person view that intensifies the element of fear.
Speaking of fear, Resident Evil 7 promises to introduce players of the franchise to all-time high levels of fear due to the immersive horror Capcom has achieved with this installment.
There have been mixed feelings regarding previous versions of the game. While some liked recent installments, others ha negative feelings about them, saying that it might be better to just hang to hang up the ol’ zombie killin’ hat. Since the game is fresh out of the oven, it’s too early to say which spectrum of the fanbase this title will resonate more with, but we should have our first impressions pretty soon.
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