Capcom has quietly revealed that the highly anticipated game, Resident Evil Village, will be released on October 30th. The announcement was made on the page for the iOS and iPadOS versions of Village and the Resident Evil 4 remake. It is worth noting that the release date for Resident Evil 4 is still listed as “available 2023.” While Capcom has not provided any pricing information, the macOS version of the game is currently priced at $29.99 on the Apple App Store.
Japan Announcement Confirms Global Release
The news of the October 30th release date was first reported by Gematsu, which stated that Capcom had announced the same release date for the game in Japan. While Capcom has not formally announced the release date for the US version of Village, the page linked above seems to indicate that the date is indeed accurate. However, we have reached out to the company for confirmation.
A recent demonstration of Resident Evil Village running on the iPhone 15 Pro showcased the game’s performance, which appeared to be on par with high-end dedicated portable gaming hardware like the Steam Deck. This suggests that players can expect a smooth and immersive experience on Apple’s flagship phone.
The iOS and iPadOS versions of Resident Evil Village will be compatible with iPads powered by M1 and M2 chips. However, the game will only run on the iPhone 15 Pro and 15 Pro Max, which means that users will need to upgrade to Apple’s titanium-edged phone if they want to enjoy the game on their iPhones.
Resident Evil Village, along with the Resident Evil 4 remake, Death Stranding, Assassin’s Creed Mirage, and The Division Resurgence, played a prominent role in Apple’s iPhone 15 event. These games were used to demonstrate the capabilities of the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max phones’ new 6-core GPU. It is clear that Apple is positioning its latest phones as powerful gaming devices capable of delivering an immersive gaming experience.
The announcement of the release date for Resident Evil Village on iOS and iPadOS has generated significant excitement among fans of the popular survival horror series. With impressive performance on the iPhone 15 Pro and compatibility with iPads powered by M1 and M2 chips, players can look forward to a high-quality gaming experience. As we eagerly anticipate the launch on October 30th, it will be interesting to see how Resident Evil Village performs on Apple’s flagship devices and how it compares to other gaming platforms.