As per the statements of Koshi Nakanishi; the game director of Resident Evil: Biohazard, the series has been switched to first-person VR. He declares that this is done in order to inflict more horror on gamer and that it was the ‘optimum’ way. With VR headset strapped to your face and hands-on experience of the terrifying close up of the game have added to its horrific involvement. Theoretically, this intensifies things by further pushing the player into depths of displeasure.
The recent ad posted on the Reddit and Facebook says; “Resident Evil 7: Biohazard coming in 2017 and exclusive to PlayStation VR for 12 months.” And this means that if the game is going to be launched in January 2017 for Consoles and PC, then the terrific VR version might not get a launching date before early 2018. Well keeping our fingers crossed, if it is ever going to be released then it is going to be adored by the Vive and Rift- equipped revulsion admirers. One of the representatives claimed that Capcom has not yet affirmed the VR formats yet.
Such a claim has raised suspicion as the similar assertion been made by the Batman: Arkham VR, to be released with VR version for the PlayStation and not for the PC. True or not this news has excited the gamers and they have started counted days till they get their hands on it. But spreading such a news can be merely a marketing stunt (let’s just hope it’s not) but even if it is we are left with no ch