If you’ve been waiting to play Resident Evil Village on PC, Capcom’s fixed it

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If you’ve been waiting to play Resident Evil Village on PC, Capcom’s fixed it

If you bought Resident Evil Village on PC but put off playing it due to horrible performance issues, you may be in luck. Over three months after the port’s release, Capcom has released an update to fix performance issues related to DRM and, according to Eurogamer, it appears to have resolved the larger performance issue, too. Before the patch, Eurogamer reports frame rates tanking from over 100fps to around 30fps in certain scenes, making the PC version of the game significantly worse to play than the console version. The update also includes support for AMD’s upscaling tech to help improve your frame rates even more, if you’ve got a supported graphics card.

The problems, which may have been caused by DRM (though Capcom has not confirmed this) were noted both by outlets like Eurogamer and a good number of reviewers on the game’s Steam page (though it is worth noting that the game does still have “Overwhelmingly Positive” Steam reviews overall). Some players noted hitches, stutters, and fps drops, mainly in combat when either killing an enemy or taking damage. As Eurogamer noted, these aren’t exactly ideal times for your game’s performance to tank.

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An important update for Resident Evil Village players on Steam:

– FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR) from AMD is now supported. FSR supports higher frame rates on PC for an improved gaming experience.
– Adjustments have been made to optimize the anti-piracy technology.

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