Only two days are left for the upcoming Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, highly anticipated new installment in the saga of survival horror of Capcom. Recently, the popular Japanese magazine Famitsu has drafted the review of the title, going on to describe the quality of the campaign and to reveal its longevity.
The seventh installment of the historical saga now, Resident Evil 7, is preparing for its release in stores. The Weekly Famitsu has reviewed the title, but in doing so it has unveiled the duration.
“This latest instalment in the Resident Evil series adds an entirely new interactive horror element compared to previous games. The change between watching tapes found throughout the game and the actual game itself is seamless and really adds to the realism. The quality of the game increases when you put on the PlayStation VR!”
Apparently, to finish Resident Evil 7, the players will need to employ on average 15 hours, which appears to be in line with what was mentioned in the past by Capcom itself. The campaign of the title is satisfactory, in the words of Famitsu, and the changes introduced in this new chapter, such as the first person view, do nothing but further immerse the viewer in the gloomy environment of the game world.
It also specifies how PlayStation VR can sublimate the experience, skipping some moments from the particular emotional impact.
Resident Evil 7: Biohazard will be released on January 24 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.