New details have emerged about the PlayStation 5 version of Resident Evil: Village. According to the game’s product page on the PlayStation website, RE: Village supports 4K with HDR and ray tracing.

PS5’s super-fast SSD allows players to “pick up right away” where they left off “with almost no loading times”. In addition, Resident Evil: Village supports the PS5’s 3D audio features, as well as the DualSense controller’s haptic feedback and adaptive triggers.

Resident Evil: Village takes place several years after the events of Resident Evil 7 and maintains a first-person perspective. Players reprise their role as Ethan Winters, who now lives peacefully with his wife Mia, but their ordinary life is ruined by Chris Redfield, who helped Ethan in the previous game.

According to director Morimasa Sato, this time around, Resident Evil Village gives players “a lot more freedom” to choose how they overcome challenges than Resident Evil 7. “We want players to experiment, figure out things that work for them,” he said in September. “We want everyone to see Resident Evil: Village as a horror movie that you can play.”

Resident Evil: Village is due to release for Xbox Series X | in 2021 S, PlayStation 5 and PC. Capcom also revealed that the game is still under investigation to bring the game to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.