On June 16, Capcom has distributed the old version of the Steam version of Resident Evil 7 , Resident Evil Re: 2 , and Resident Evil Re: 3 . In the three works of the Steam version, there was a problem that the game stopped working in some environments after the update on June 14. The old version can be downloaded by opening the property in the Steam library and selecting DX11_NON-RT in the beta tab. This work can be played again in a PC or MOD introduction environment where the operation has occurred after the update due to the old version download. It will be speedy in just two days.
Capcom has launched the PlayStation 5/Xbox Series X | S version (latest model version) of Resident Evil 7, Resident Evil Re: 2, and Resident Evil Re: 3. In the latest model version, it operates at a higher frame rate than before by improving the processing speed. In terms of graphic, the expression of light and shadow is enhanced by responding to the late racing. In addition, it is also compatible with 3D audio, and a smoother and richer game play has been realized. On June 14, an upgrade patch was also distributed to the PC (Steam) version. Again, it supports late racing. The update also raised the PC version equally as the latest model version. However, this update also caused some problems in the PC (Steam) version of Resident Evil 7, Resident Evil Re: 2 and Resident Evil RE: 3.
One is a matter of changing the operating environment. The three works of Steam version of Resident Evil 7, Resident Evil Re: 2, and Resident Evil Re: 3 have been raised with the distribution of upgrade patches. Originally, the OS was compatible with Windows7/8.1/10 (64-bit), but after updating only Windows10 (64-bit). The DirectX was also raised from Version 11 to Version 12, and the minimum operating environment graphic board was changed to two generations. Detailed changes are as shown in the above image. While the upgrade patch improved the graphics, there was an environment that was out of the target.
The other is a MOD-related problem. A number of MODs have been created by players after the release of the Steam version of Resident Evil 7, Resident Evil Re: 2 and Resident Evil RE: 3. Specific mods include a MOD that replaces the Tyrant and Nemesis of Resident Evil Re: 2 and Resident Evil Re: 3 with Kikansha Thomas. In addition, many MODs have been created by players, such as mods that replace zombies with tofu and MODs that emphasize face animation. However, after the distribution of the upgrade patch, MOD could not be introduced in the latest version of Resident Evil 7, Resident Evil Re: 2, and Resident Evil RE: 3. The distribution of the upgrade patch was announced in advance, and the settings when the automatic upgrade was not performed was also introduced, but if it was updated, it could not be played using a mod.
Capcom has recovered the Late Racing Old Version in Steam’s Resident Evil 7, Resident Evil RE: 2, Resident Evil RE: 3, with many requests from players. By switching from the latest version that supports late racing to the old version, you can play three series in a PC or MOD environment where problems occurred. Although the update caused some problems, the response in just two days was quicker. Capcom seems to be listening firmly to the player’s feedback. When downloading the old version in Steam, open the property of the target work from the Steam library and select DX11_NON-RT in the beta tab. Conversely, if you want to return to the latest version, change the DX11_NON-RT in the beta tab to None to play with a graphic corresponding to the late racing.
The PC (Steam) version Resident Evil 7, Resident Evil Re: 2, Resident Evil RE: 3 are being distributed. In addition to the latest model version, it is also possible to upgrade from PlayStation 4/Xbox One version.