'Resident Evil 7': Biohazard Released Not On Nintendo Switch For Some Reasons.
"Resident Evil 7": Biohazard had been released last January 24 on Xbox One, PS4, PC and PSVR. Many are wondering why RE7 didn't make its way on Nintendo Switch despite the fact that the recent RE's were launched before the by the console. Just like the following, Resident Evil 4, RE: Umbrella Chronicles, RE: Darkside Chronicles and RE Zero was on Wii while Resident Evil: Revelations was on Wii U. "Resident Evil" is not a stranger to Nintendo hardware, though it's not a family-friendly series.
"Resident Evil 7": Biohazard is set after the events of Resident Evil 6, taking place in modern day and revolving around a foreboding, derelict plantation mansion in rural America. Players must explore and survive the horrors within the mysterious, sprawling estate in first-person mode and even virtual reality.
"Resident Evil 7" will be Capcom's another major release that will not make its way to the Nintendo Switch. According to engadget, there's that big comment being made by the producer of Resident Evil 5 eight years ago. The producer said that the Nintendo Wii couldn't even run RE5s' title screen. Nintendos' past hardware had been publicly critical for the Capcoms'. This probably shows that Nintendo Switch can hardly make RE7 run effectively. In this case, Nintendo is still having the exact same issues with the exact same developers of the exact same series if we were going to look back on what had happened to RE5.
"Resident Evil 7's" producer Masachika Kawata told Express Online that regarding Resident Evil on Nintendo Switch they had no plans for it but they are still looking forward to the possibilities of the system itself. He thinks that a taste of survival horror doesn't look good for the fans of Nintendo Switch. And he didn't deny the fact that they will go down the line when Nintendo Switch does its take off.
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