Capcom has exhumed a blood-soaked batch of Resident Evil Village update 1.11 patch notes for your to digest, which as promised earlier this year, adds a bunch of new accessibility features for the survival horror title. Read up on the Resident Evil Village accessibility update below.
- Accessibility features have been added to allow a wider range of users to be able to experience the game.
- Minor issues related to the gameplay has been fixed.
Resident Evil Village was released in May 2021 for PS5, PS4, PC, Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One. You can read our full review here.
Capcom is releasing the Winters’ Expansion on October 28, which adds a bunch of new content for the game, including a third-person viewpoint, new Mercenaries content featuring Lady D as a playable character, and the narrative-based Shadows of Rose expansion.
Resident Evil Village is also set to receive PSVR 2 support, and we went hands-on with this version of the game at the Tokyo Game Show 2022. Read our thoughts here.
[Source – GameInfinitus]