The highly anticipated remake of the classic horror game Resident Evil 4 will be released on March 24. A demo for the game was released last week, which was fairly small, but it gave users a taste of things to come next. While the demo saw positive reactions from fans, it was not flawless.
According to John Linneman, a senior staff writer at Digital Foundry, these issues carry over to the final build of the game. The issues include a deadzone problem on the Xbox controller, which persists on both consoles and PC when using an Xbox controller.
Problems with the image quality and ray tracing on the PlayStation 5 were also reported in the demo. However, the ray tracing has been fixed, but the image quality is still not up to the mark in the game.
They are not fixed yet
— John Linneman (@dark1x) March 17, 2023
A Reddit user shared a post where they tested the deadzone on the Xbox controller and made a video and a graph displaying the results. Previously, there was a controller deadzone issue in Resident Evil: Village, which was also not fixed. Hopefully, Capcom will fix these problems for the new title.
In the initial gameplay videos of Resident Evil 4, fans did not like the muddy rain effects in the game. Capcom promised a rework that would be launched with a day-one patch. It is also possible that the patch will address the controller deadzone and PS5 image quality issues, and the review build has not implemented these changes yet.
However, this remains to be seen, and fans can only hope that Capcom will respond quickly to fix these glaring problems in an otherwise excellent release. Resident Evil 4 Remake seems to be a solid game, with early reviews stating it to be a masterpiece.
The game is set to release on March 24 for PC and various consoles. Will you be joining Leon on his adventures in the brand-new remake? Let us know in the comments.
Also Read: Resident Evil 4 Remake Reaches Top 5 Steam Best Sellers Ahead Of Launch.
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