In 2017, Capcom brought back the survival horror game Resident Evil 7, and plenty of platforms can run it: PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC. If you want to train your brain into enduring horrendous stuff, this game is for you. In Resident Evil 7, your job is to fight your way through an abandoned farmhouse where evil creatures dwell at every step you take.
But now you have yet another good reason to play Resident Evil 7: the game joins the Xbox Game Pass lineup on September 3.
High demands for a stunning game
If you’re willing to feast your eyes upon all those dreadful creatures that you have to kill in the game, you’ll need a pretty powerful computer if you don’t wish to play the title on a console. At least 8GB of RAM are required, an Intel Core i5-4460 processor of 2.7GHz or something better, and we shouldn’t also overlook the graphics card: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 760, AMD Radeon™ R7 260x (both with 2GB Video RAM), or anything else is needed. Oddly enough, Resident Evil 7 can work on Windows 7, although the operating system is officially dead since January. Microsoft is strongly encouraging its users for plenty of time to make the upgrade to Windows 10. Only 24 GB of storage are needed for the game, which doesn’t mean too much for a title from nowadays.
However, the recommended requirements to run Resident Evil 7 on your PC are a little higher, as you’ll need an Intel Core i7 3770 at 3.4GHz or something better. An NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1060 with 3GB of virtual RAM is also needed, or something just as powerful.
Resident Evil 7 currently counts over 4.7 million players, so you’ll have plenty of company if you’ll start playing the game.