Capcom returns older versions of Resident Evil 2, Resident Evil 3 and Resident Evil 7 to Steam after player outrage
On June 14, Capcom announced next-gen patches for Resident Evil 2 , Resident Evil 3 , and Resident Evil 7 that added support for ray tracing and other improvements. Today, the developers have allowed PC players to roll back to older versions.
It turned out that because of the update, the games had significantly increased system requirements, and also lost support for DirectX 11. In addition, many mods stopped working – it is not surprising that the series was immediately review-bombed.
The company listened to the demands of the fans and returned the old versions with DirectX 11. To do this, go to the properties of the game on Steam and select dx11_non-rt in the beta tab.
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