Resident Evil 7 was revealed by Capcom during Sony’s E3 2016 press conference. It was also announced by the studio that the game will be supported with the PlayStation VR.

Resident Evil 7 VR is ‘a bit too scary’ – Capcom CEO of Europe

The game was criticized by some developers for its PS VR support, one of the developers also claimed that ‘it is actually making people sick‘. It seems that the studio is working on a game that would be more horror and terrifying as compared with the previous installments in the franchise.

According to the Capcom Europe’s CEO Katsuhiko Ichii, the Resident Evil 7 VR seemed to be ‘scary‘ for him. While speaking with the MCV in a recent interview, the CEO admitted that the game is indeed not easy to play with the VR. He thinks that it also depends upon the people how they choose to play, a part of the game with VR, whole game or completing the game without VR. He said;

“Honestly, I find it a bit too scary. It depends on the person. Some people might play part of it in VR, some might play it entirely in virtual reality, and some might play it entirely on the screen. It’s a choice.”

Resident Evil 7 is set to launch on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on January 24th next year, supported with PlayStation VR. A playable demo is also available for PlayStation 4 gamers on the store. Stay tuned for more updates!

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