Bloggers showed how Resident Evil Village looks and works on
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Bloggers showed how Resident Evil Village looks and works on the iPhone 15 Pro

Following the surprise announcement that shooter Resident Evil Village (and three other major console games) will be coming to the iPhone 15 Pro, Portal Geek culture decided to test Capcom’s hit on an ambitious smartphone from Apple.

    Image source: Capcom

Image source: Capcom

Resident Evil Village was tested on the iPhone 15 Pro Max. Before the game started, the housing temperature was 25-30°C, after almost half an hour of play it rose to 34-39°C. During the same period, the battery was drained by 5% (from 100 to 95%).

The test version of Resident Evil Village did not allow changes to the settings (30 fps, resolution 1560×720): in this mode, the game consumed 3.6 GB of video memory (out of 5.6 GB available) and 4 GB of RAM (out of 8). GB).

Resident Evil Village on the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max supports touch controls, but the Geek Culture employee was playing on a PS5 controller. The blogger started a new playthrough and managed to get to the first serious battle with local werewolves.

As Chinese YouTuber Vincent Zhong demonstrated in his video, you can use the USB-C port to display the image from the iPhone 15 Pro on the big screen and play Resident Evil Village.

Resident Evil Village doesn’t look as good on the big screen as it does on the iPhone 15 Pro’s display (or on the TV the console is connected to), but it runs smoothly, as the Geek Culture video confirms.

Resident Evil Village will reach the iPhone 15 Pro smartphone range by the end of 2023. A remake of Resident Evil 4 and a director’s cut of Death Stranding are scheduled to appear on the device during the same period.

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