In addition to the new accessibility tools, the patch also implemented improvements to the game's quality of life.
As promised by Capcom at the end of July, Resident Evil Village received, this Friday (14), a new update, this time with several accessibility additions. The update is free and is now available for download.

And the news doesn't stop there: the patch also brought some improvements to the game's quality of life, although Capcom doesn't go into too much detail. Check out the patch notes (1.11):
  • Accessibility features have been added to allow a wider range of users to experience the game;
  • Minor gameplay related issues have been fixed.

When it announced the update in late July, Capcom promised to add the following accessibility features to Resident Evil Village:
  • Adjustments to subtitles, colors and background;
  • Display the name of the person speaking in story mode;
  • Descriptive captions;
  • Permanent reticle (helps with crosshair visibility).

It is worth remembering that the Gold Edition, which arrives on October 28 with several additional content (such as a third-person mode for the main campaign, a DLC focused on Rose and news for the Mercenaries mode), will already have these inclusion tools available. in the package.


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