At Tokyo Game Show 2023, Capcom revealed that Resident Evil Village will be released on October 30 for iPhone 15 Pro and iPad M1 generation and above. The game costs $39.99 — a $10 increase over the macOS version — and you can get the Winters’ Expansion DLC for an additional $19.99. The expected release date for Resident Evil 4 Remastered for iPhone, iPad and Mac has been recorded Capcom website It is listed as “Available in 2023”.
Capcom says pre-orders for both games will hit the App Store “soon.” The company says that if you order the Village and Winters expansion during the launch period, which the company will announce later, you will receive an additional costume for the character Rosemary Winters in the Shades of Rose DLC expansion.
While Universal Purchase isn’t available for Village, Capcom’s website notes that Resident Evil 4 will support the feature, meaning in-app purchases on one Apple platform can be downloaded and played on other platforms.
Capcom has shared some screenshots of the two games running on iOS or iPadOS.
And inside one look On the iPhone 15 Pro, the game seems to perform at the same level as high-end mobile devices like Steam Tech. To be sure: You’ll need an iPad Pro released in 2021 or later, an iPad Air released in 2022, or an iPhone 15 Pro or iPhone 15 Pro Max to run the Village, so you’ll need to upgrade to an Apple phone with bezels in Titanium if you want to watch Leon fight monsters and it’s fully compatible with your iPhone. will work.
Capcom’s latest installment is a big part of survival horror games, with Resident Evil 4, Death Stranding, Assassin’s Creed Mirage, and the remake of Assassin’s Creed Mirage and The Division Resurgence at Apple’s latest event. Apple used these games to demonstrate the capabilities of its new phones.