On top of that, Capcom also confirmed some details about the upgrades in a press release, that the upgrades will support ray tracing, 3D audio, and run at 60 FPS.
Capcom has also confirmed that the upgrades will have DualSense support to make use of the controller’s haptic feedback and adaptive triggers.
Resident Evil Village was a marvel on PS5, due in no small part to the visual and mechanical features possible on the new hardware. Now, three well deserving games are getting the same treatment.
It’s exciting, for horror fans and for Resident Evil fans, to say the least. Unfortunately though, it looks like there might not be any physical copies for players to snag.
Source – [NoviceGamerGuides]