Is the VR version of Resident Evil 4 Remake coming to PC? Capcom has its priorities clear
We are just a little away from being able to play Resident Evil 4 Remake. The reimagining of Capcom’s modern classic will finally arrive on March 23, and although there is still 1 month left for its premiere, the Japanese have announced that the VR version is in development but on PC the situation is confusing.
In 2022, the alliance between Capcom and Oculus brought us the port from the original 2006 game to VR. Armature Studio’s development was considered “black magic” because of how well it entered for both newbies and veterans, but the VR version of the remake will only arrive to Sony platform: Playstation VR2.
An important jug of cold water for those who are waiting for it. As Capcom has shared, It will come completely free to PSVR2 as part of a DLC of the base game. That is, playing it will depend yes or yes on having Resident Evil 4 Remake physically or digitally, but that does not apply to PC.
Capcom’s tweet does not anticipate a possible release date for the game on this platform. In fact, going further, it does not add any disclaimer that ahead that we are facing a temporary exclusive of PS5. For now, we only have lucubrate and assume it won’t come to PC, at least until new notice.
Yes indeed, will not launch on consoles, and it is that the mode has not been designed in parallel to the game, but has begun its development relatively recently. This opens the door to the fact that, since next month does not arrive, perhaps its port to PC and other platforms can become a reality in the coming months.