Capcom’s new game update will fine-tune “certain graphics processes” on computers.
Resident Evil 8: Village was one of the biggest releases of a first half of 2021 somewhat more depopulated than usual. A delivery that barely took two months to exceed 4.5 million games sold, shows its success among players on all platforms. Nevertheless, PC version The game faced some notable performance issues due to DRM, Denuvo’s copy protection system, which remained patents after technical analysis from Digital Foundry.
After learning about the issues, Capcom released a performance patch focusing on DRM issues in the game. And now, Resident Evil 8: Village receives another additional patch on PC to finish polishing these problems that may last. Through social networks, the official account of the game confirms the main points of the update, which are the following.
On the one hand, the new patch for Resident Evil 8 on PC fixes the error that caused certain CPUs could not execute the game. And on the other, more focused on the performance of the game itself, the update performs “minor adjustments to certain graphics processes” that do not finish specifying. We remember that the original version of the game had stuttering problems caused by DRM, which were evident after Digital Foundry compared its performance with that of the unprotected versions.
Resident Evil 8: Village is available from May 7, both on PC and on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X | S and Xbox One. The adventure starring Ethan Winters on our screens, and Lady Dimitrescu in our hearts, has propelled Capcom’s results to the best first quarter of its story, with the help of Monster Hunter Rise. If you want to know everything that this installment offers, do not miss the analysis of Resident Evil 8: Village.
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