New ‘Resident Evil Village’ iPhone 15 Pro Technical Analysis Video Covers Graphics Settings, Frame Rate, and More

Following yesterday’s Resident Evil Village (Free) launch from Capcom on the iPhone 15 Pro series and supported iPad models, MrMacRight on YouTube who does amazing technical analysis videos for games on Apple hardware, has done one on the newly released port just like with Wreckfest and other graphically intensive ports on the platform. This video goes over the various graphics options, presets, and how the iPhone 15 Pro handles Resident Evil Village in different parts of the game. He says there will be another video covering the game on iPads, and I’ll likely update this story when that video goes up as well. I haven’t played Resident Evil Village on iPad at all, and have just been playing it myself on iPhone 15 Pro. Watch his full technical analysis video for Resident Evil Village on iPhone 15 Pro below:

If you’d like to play Resident Evil Village and have a supported iPhone 15 Pro device or iPad with M1 chipset and better, you can now download it free here. It required about 7.92GB downloaded once you get the initial download from the App Store done. You can then sample it for free before buying the full game. Check out the official website for Capcom’s upcoming Apple silicon ports here. If you missed my review in progress covering the game on iPhone 15 Pro, read it here. A release celebration discount is live for the game from now until November 20th as revealed last week.The regular pricing for the base game is a $39.99 unlock with a $19.99 in app purchase for the Winters’ Expansion DLC. There is also a $4.99 All Access Voucher DLC. For the iOS launch, Capcom has discounted the base game unlock to $15.99, the Winters’ Expansion to $9.99, and the All Access Voucher to $1.99. Watch the Resident Evil Village Apple launch trailer below:

Following Resident Evil Village, Resident Evil 4 Remake is due this year for iPhone 15 Pro, iPad (M1 and later) models, and macOS. Resident Evil Village is out now on supported iOS and iPadOS devices. Resident Evil Village has cross progression on iPadOS and iOS. If you are planning to get it or want more impressions from players, check out our new forum thread for the game here. Will you be trying out Resident Evil Village on iPhone 15 Pro/Pro Max or a newer iPad model and what do you think of the port if you’ve been playing it since yesterday?

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