Resident Evil Village Mac

Resident Evil Village Mac Release Set for Late 2022

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Capcom will bring Resident Evil Village to the Mac in late 2022. The announcement was made at WWDC 2022. Advanced Technical Research Division Manager Masaru Ijuin revealed the title would support 1080p resolution and 4K through MetalFX Upscaling. The presentation also featured a look as to how the port will look and perform on Mac computers with Apple Silicon.

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You can watch an archived version of the Apple WWDC 2022 online event below. The Resident Evil Village Mac segment begins at 1:23:31.

Several environments are shown throughout the presentation. These include looks at Castle Dimitrescu and the titular village on a Mac.

Capcom announced in June 2021 that Resident Evil Village DLC would eventually appear. A follow-up statement was made in January 2022, revealing that the company plans to release the add-on sometime in 2022. However, an exact date has yet to be confirmed. Capcom has also not specified what the contents of the DLC will involve. This means there are no details about potential narratives it will cover or in what characters will appear.

In December 2021, Resident Evil Village appeared on Capcom’s Platinum Titles list. Worldwide sales for the title reached 6.1 million units as of May 11, 2022.

Resident Evil Village is available on the PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, and PC. It will arrive on Macs in late 2022.


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Senior staff writer, translator and streamer, Kazuma spends his time playing a variety of games ranging from farming simulators to classic CRPGs. Having spent upwards of 6 years in the industry, he has written reviews, features, guides, with work extending within the industry itself. In his spare time he speedruns games from the Resident Evil series, and raids in Final Fantasy XIV. His work, which has included in-depth features focusing on cultural analysis, has been seen on other websites such as Polygon and IGN.