It looks like a UK’s Daily Star had a event to exhibit a small some-more behind because Capcom’s horror-adventure Resident Evil 2 remake, slated to recover in early 2019, many expected isn’t removing a VR mode after all.
Before a E3 2018 Sony showcase reveal, many VR fans theorized that a long-awaited reconstitute of Resident Evil 2 (1998) could presumably follow in a stairs of a company’s latest VR dermatitis success, Resident Evil 7: Biohazard (2017), that featured a much-lauded PSVR mode.
UK tabloid Daily Star sat down with Capcom producers Tsuyoshi Kanda and Yoshiaki Hirabayashi during E3 final month, divulgence a small some-more behind a logic for a game’s miss of VR mode:
“We’re not meditative about VR support currently, given that a camera viewpoint and a over-the-shoulder choice would meant that VR is not a best approach to benefaction a game,” Tsuyoshi Kanda said. “VR doesn’t compare a prophesy for us,” he concluded.
While it’s good a producers don’t wish to exercise an unlawful resolution for VR gamers, it’s a unhappy to put a spike in a coffin so soon—especially for a diversion array that garnered some critical adore from a PSVR community.
Only a few days after launch of Resident Evil 7, nearly 10% of a purebred players were enjoying it in VR. Awards were aplenty too, as it warranted a Golden Joystick for Best VR Game of 2017 and Best AR/VR Game during a 2017 Game Awards.