Resident Evil 7 is a fictional city in Dulvi, Louisiana, four years after the events of Resident Evil 6. Players will take on the role of Ethan, a man searching for his missing wife where his investigation leads him to an illegal tree-planting palace where Buck’s Buck family lives.
It seems that Ethan has to run away from the man-eating Buck family and also find out why his journey took him to the Buck family. The overall game sees some changes from the franchise rules to keeping players in the first person perspective. Furthermore, the game goes back to the early years of Resident Evil with a focus on survival horror elements rather than action-based horror.
After players finish Resident Evil’s original campaign they can go ahead and enjoy the narrative DLC which ends the story by tying up some loose locks as well as pulling out the story. With all that being said, it was a big hit when the game was launched and now that the focus is shifting to Resident Evil Village, it looks like Capcom could release a surprise for Resident Evil 7 on the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X / S platforms. .
I know VR was there at some point, I don’t know the current status. To do VR requires a consistent performance for their motion sickness, I guess it. There are other things that are happening 100% they are not mentioned here for some reason though like the RE7 next-gen patch. https://t.co/1zNHti0k0x
– Aesthetic Gamer aka Dusk Golem (@ Aesthetic Gamer 1) January 21, 2021
It comes from Aesthetic Gamer, an online art interior that is credible for Resident Evil Leaks. Recently, Insider gave a reference that Capcom has not yet announced the next generation patch of Resident Evil 7. For now, it remains to be seen whether Capcom will bring games to the next generation of platforms, but it could go on Ethan’s previous journey before more players dive into Resident Evil Village.