Resident Evil 7: Biohazard to feature cross-save support on PC and Xbox One

Khushaar Tanveer avatar. By: Khushaar Tanveer
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Word has been going around, that Biohazard is going to be the creepiest, most exciting horror thrill version of Resident Evil series. But it has just become a whole lot better now that the game has cross-save support. So you can have a petrifying gaming experience either in your gaming room sitting on your couch, or on the go.

The news has definitely generated a wave of excitement among gamers. As they were  impatiently waiting for their favorite game, Resident Evil to arrive on multiple platforms. There is no denying that cross-save support is one of the most valued specs Microsoft’s Xbox Play Anywhere system. The cross-save support is the innovation that allows gamers to save the game on Xbox One and continue playing on PC. And of course the other way around. The news was confirmed by Capcom to IGN shortly after the feature was reported by Japanese site Dengeki.

Moreover, Capcom has confirmed all versions of the game will have HDR support, with PC and PS4 supporting 4K upscaling.

Although there are still a few unclear aspects related to the game. Whether we should expect the game to come as a Play Anywhere title or to be using a proprietary method of syncing saves across platforms. It could be possible that Microsoft and Capcom team up to make Resident Evil 7 the first third-party Xbox Play Anywhere title.

Xbox Play Anywhere gives digital purchasers copies of both the Xbox One and PC versions of games. It currently features 13 games, of which three are already available.

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So there is still a lot left to our imagination without any official confirmation. We won’t know for sure until its release  on January 24, 2017, which is early next year.

Meanwhile, have a look at the trailer, and make sure all the minors are out of sight.

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