Resident Evil Village, the latest installment in Capcom’s long-running survival horror series, has been a major hit on gaming consoles and PC. Now, the terror is expanding its reach to the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max, promising to deliver the same heart-pounding scares and spine-tingling encounters that players have come to expect.
Capcom has discreetly unveiled a 30 October release date on a page dedicated to the iOS and iPadOS versions of the game. While there hasn’t been an official announcement outside of this page, the date seems likely as Capcom has announced the same release date for the port in Japan.
Capcom remains hush about the pricing details. That said, the macOS version of the game currently sits at US$29.99 on the Apple App Store, providing a rough estimate for potential iPhone gamers.
Resident Evil Village was prominently featured during Apple’s iPhone 15 event, alongside other gaming heavyweights like Resident Evil 4 remake, Death Stranding, and Assassin’s Creed Mirage. These games served as a showcase of the remarkable capabilities of the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max phones, particularly their new 6-core GPU. It’s clear that the future of mobile gaming is becoming more exciting than ever before.
An Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max Gaming Test showed that Apple’s capability to port AAA titles like Resident Evil Village is remarkable, delivering a gaming experience that can contend with traditional consoles.
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