A new update that promises to fix CPU issues is now available in Resident Evil Village
When Resident Evil Village was released, many players complained about poor performance in some areas of the game. Eventually, it was discovered that one of the main culprits was the Denuvo, when players saw that the “alternative” version performed better than the original version.
Following this, Capcom released the first PC update to address these issues and attempt to improve Resident Evil Village’s overall performance. Now, a second update is on the way for the title, and it is expected to arrive today. The update promises to fix issues with some CPUs that are unable to start the game, as well as tweaks to several graphics processes.
Resident Evil Village is a direct sequel to Resident Evil 7, and it reintroduces Ethan Winters as the protagonist of this horror-filled story. Everything begins when Ethan’s wife, Mia, is killed by a special team led by Chris Redfield. Chris kidnaps Ethan and Mia’s baby, and all begins here, when Ethan’s daughter goes missing and he goes to any length to find her.
Resident Evil Village is available on PC, PS4, PS5, Stadia, Xbox One, and Xbox Series S|X.
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