Resident Evil Village is a title that was able to give us chills on consoles Sony Interactive Entertainmentof Microsoft, and on PC. PSVR 2 owners were able to discover a gripping and immersive adventure in virtual reality. Not so long ago, Apple announced the arrival of various productions on iPad and iPhone 15 Prothe title of Capcom will be the part. It is during the Tokyo Game Show 2023 that we were able to try this adaptation for a few minutes on a tablet. But before you ask, here are the compatible devices:
- iPhone 15 Pro / iPhone 15 Pro Max;
- iPad Pro (12.9-inch, M1 5th generation);
- iPad Pro (11-inch, M1 3rd generation);
- iPad Pro (12.9-inch, M2 6th generation);
- iPad Pro (11-inch, M2 4th generation);
- iPad Air (M1 5th generation).
We have access to the start of the game and it must be said that the rendering has impressed us. And for good reason, the textures are fine and clear, the environments are clean, we didn’t notice any aliasing, it’s fascinating! We have the feeling that certain effects of light have been adjusted, but it’s super clean overall. Also, we went to the settings to see if we can change the resolution and, yes, it is possible to change the graphics to our liking. Same for the frame rate, we can select 30, 60 or 120 fps. We wanted to provoke the title by putting all the options to the maximum and… it’s impeccable. The number of frames per second is smooth, without slowdown, the picture is crazy !
Concerning the handling, we played with it with a Dualsensethe famous PS5 controller, wired. The commands respond well, there is nothing to report. It was especially the tactile aspect that tickled us. So we put our fingers on the screen, let’s not beat around the bush, it’s really not great. Virtual and transparent keys appear, it is a bit difficult to move while performing different actions because you have to gesture in all directions. Capcom promises fully customizable orders, but honestly, nothing beats a good one pad, especially for this type of production including intense and high-voltage phases.
It’s still funny to think that a fantastic version of Resident Evil Village will end up in a device that fits in our pocket. For the moment, the result is more than convincing, Capcom seems to have done an excellent job. Only the handling via the screen leaves something to be desired, it will certainly take time to adapt to assimilate everything. If the player needs a controller to have fun without hassle, it may be complicated when he is on the move…
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