Game company CAPCOM recently announced that the PC version of the popular video game Resident Evil Village will finally get improvements.
There was another party that improved the game pretty quickly and it was hackers who cracked the game and removed a particularly annoying feature for them: DRM. Surprisingly, after removing the said security feature, so many things have been improved, such as no more stuttering in certain areas, the game could now run at up to 60fps, and the specific stuttering issues that would occur during battles and the appearance of Lady Dimitrescu’s daughters are all gone. So everything worked perfectly because the DRM was removed with a crack.
Digital Foundry contacted the hackers and tried out their version. To their surprise, it was really solved with their version. Due to this discovery, they contacted CAPCOM for feedback.
Recently, CAPCOM released a statement regarding these issues and how a pirated version solved them. Here is their statement via Eurogamer:
The team is [sic] is working on a patch to address performance issues with PCs, it should be available soon – we’ll have more details soon.
The team just confirmed that the PC version is finally officially getting the improvements it deserves.
Resident Evil Village is available now on PC, PlayStation 4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.
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