The implementation of ray tracing within the PC variations of Resident Evil 7 and the remakes of Resident Evil 2 and 3 continues to be a complicated mess. Lately, Capcom confirmed that it will be eradicating the survival horror trio’s non-ray tracing variations on Steam – which, given the backlash it noticed when it tried to do the identical final 12 months – appeared like an odd selection. Now, nonetheless, Capcom has gone forward and quietly performed the precise reverse.
Somewhat than eradicating the DirectX 11 non-ray tracing variations of Resident Evil 7, 2, and 3, Capcom has eliminated the DirectX 12 ray-tracing variations of the video games, which suggests enjoying their unenhanced variations is now the one choice out there on Steam. The identical was reported by a lot of gamers on the video games’ Steam boards (through Exputer).
Given the truth that Capcom stated it will be doing the very same, and the truth that the corporate has stated nothing about this variation, there’s a great probability that this will likely have been an error that shall be reversed within the not-too-distant future. Nevertheless, for now, we have now to attend on official phrase from Capcom to see what occurs with the video games’ Steam variations subsequent.