Capcom have dropped five minutes of first-ever Resident Evil Village gameplay on Sony's last-gen console PlayStation 4 Pro. The game looks and runs fine judging by the demo but the difference between the two consoles is easily noticeable.
Today, Capcom have decided to show us the first-ever gameplay footage of the upcoming Resident Evil Village on PlayStation 4 Pro. As you may know, it wasn't clear if Resident Evil Village was supposed to launch the last-gen consoles PS4 and Xbox One but recently, Capcom confirmed that the game is indeed coming to these systems and you can check out how it actually runs on PS4 Pro in the gameplay below:
As you can see, the game looks and runs fine with some minor frame-rate drops. The most noticeable difference between the next-gen and last-gen version can be spotted in the resolution. The PS4 Pro footage looks a bit muddy while the PS5 version is sharp and crisp, thanks to the power of the new hardware.
We are yet to see the game in action on Xbox One X and base Xbox One console but the former should pull ahead of PS4 Pro, thanks to beefier CPU and GPU.
All in all, it's nice that Capcom are being transparent about the last-gen version of the game, especially since their focus was on the powerful, next-gen hardware.
Resident Evil Village is officially hitting the shelves on May 7, 2021, for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and Google Stadia.