Resident Evil 4: The End of Cross-Gen


Resident Evil 4: The End of Cross-Gen

With Resident Evil 4we feel that the PS4 will soon celebrate its tenth anniversary, and it shows. Admittedly, the old machine had the honor of hosting Horizon Forbidden West And God of War Ragnarok. Nevertheless, apart from Sony studio productions, it becomes obvious that the developers must stop working with this console. DigitalFoundry points out that it took a superhuman effort to get the game to run just about right. Alas, it comes with significant degradations, such as blurry textures, lengthy loading times, and performance issues.

Resident Evil 4: cross-gen PS4 / PS5 has reached its limits

The reception of the PS4 version is obviously negative on forums like Reddit. Users report borderline unplayable combat and blurry environments that manage to ruin the immersion. It’s clear that Capcom had to make a lot of concessionss. Nevertheless, Resident Evil 4 was announced as a next-gen exclusive. It wasn’t until several months after Capcom confirmed that the remake would also be released on PS4, which raised some concerns. It will rightly be noted that there is no Xbox One edition. We say that, we say nothing.

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