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Resident Evil Village may release for iPhone 15 Pro on October 30th in the US

by Maine Bacos

Capcom has quietly announced the release date for the iOS and iPadOS versions of Resident Evil Village. According to a page on the company’s website, the game will be available on October 30th. This release date was also reported by gaming news website Gematsu for the Japanese version of the port.

Resident Evil Village, which is part of Capcom’s popular survival horror game series, remains highly anticipated by fans. The game’s release on iOS and iPadOS will surely be a treat for mobile gamers. However, Capcom has not officially announced the release date for the US version of the game, apart from the information found on the website.

The pricing for the mobile version of Resident Evil Village has not been disclosed by Capcom. However, as a point of reference, the macOS version of the game is priced at $29.99 on the Apple App Store. It remains to be seen how much the mobile version will cost.

It is worth noting that Resident Evil 4, another game in the series, is also listed on the website with a release date of “available 2023.” This suggests that fans of the series can look forward to playing Resident Evil 4 on their mobile devices in the coming year.

In a recent demonstration of the game running on an iPhone 15 Pro, it appeared to perform at a level similar to high-end dedicated portable gaming hardware like the Steam Deck. This showcases the impressive capabilities of Apple’s latest phones. The game will also be compatible with iPads powered by M1 and M2 chips. However, it should be noted that it will only run on the iPhone 15 Pro and 15 Pro Max, requiring users to upgrade to these specific models to enjoy the game on their iPhones.

Capcom’s games, including Resident Evil Village and the Resident Evil 4 remake, featured prominently at Apple’s recent iPhone 15 event. These games, along with others like Death Stranding, Assassin’s Creed Mirage, and The Division Resurgence, were used to demonstrate the gaming capabilities of the new iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max phones’ 6-core GPU. This highlights the increasing emphasis on mobile gaming and the power of Apple’s latest devices.

As we eagerly await the release of Resident Evil Village on iOS and iPadOS, it is clear that Capcom is committed to expanding its game offerings on mobile platforms. Fans of the series can look forward to immersing themselves in the world of survival horror, whether it’s battling terrifying creatures in Resident Evil Village or reliving the classic horror of Resident Evil 4.

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