Capcom and AMD have partnered as much as deliver FidelityFX assist to the newest horror sequel, too.
Resident Evil Village will probably be getting ray tracing assist on PC, because of a partnership between Capcom and AMD.
Footage of Village working with ray tracing enabled was proven off throughout AMD’s announcement of the RX 6700 XT, its newest RDNA 2-powered GPU for desktops. The footage confirmed off the now-familiar lobby of Woman Dimitrescu’s mansion, which was illuminated with accurately-traced reflections and lighting.
The partnership between AMD and Capcom additionally consists of FidelityFX assist; A set of AMD-specific enhancements similar to variable-rate shading, tremendous decision assist, and extra. This does imply that Resident Evil Village is unlikely to get the total suite of Nvidia choices on PC, too, which may exclude assist for DLSS–a huge boon for prime framerates when enabling ray tracing.
We have partnered with Capcom to make the most of raytracing and AMD FidelityFX to boost the environment and next-generation visuals in Resident Evil Village. We won’t wait to play #REVillage on Could seventh. pic.twitter.com/VgSZiPlJvz
— Radeon RX (@Radeon) March 3, 2021
Though no announcement was made, this might imply that the Xbox Series X and PS5 variations of Resident Evil Village may additionally assist ray tracing, contemplating each consoles run off the identical RDNA 2 structure that powers AMD’s newest GPUs. Capcom would possibly make an announcement relating to assist earlier than the sport launches on Could 7.