The Resident Evil franchise is about to destroy the gaming world as it reveals its newest creation - Resident Evil VII:Biohazard.
Official demo of Resident Evil 7's has been released on PS4 already. The demo was called "Twilight" by Capcom. This game trial allows you to explore "more of the mysterious, derelict mansion" featured in the original.
"Now is your chance to investigate on your own if you haven't had the chance to before, as both newcomers and veterans of Beginning Hour will be able to see what's changed in the run-down rooms and decrepit corridors," Resident Evil community manager, Morgane Toulemonde, illustrate on the PlayStation Blog.
On the same version, it also shows a trailer about the Baker Mansion, where much of the game seems to be set. The Baker family made its mark showing them with gruesome dinner plans.The terrifying, ghastly, and morbid scenes is a trademark of Resident Evil franchise.
The Japanese developer and publisher of video games are going all out with Resident Evil 7. They hold nothing back and continues to move forward with cutting edge technology. Their aggressive approach of photorealistic 3D scanning technology is superbly intuitive.
Makoto Fukui, Capcom's Technical Artist of Section 1 examined the technology being employed in the game. He explained ""The theme of Resident Evil 7 is "fear that sticks with you." Terror waits in the humid and stifling air - I want to create a realistic sense of that in 3DCG, so it clings to your body and memory," he said. "To pursue realism, we created one of the world's largest scale 3D scanning systems, an important tool contributing to the meticulously crafted reality of our games. Leveraging the merits of possessing such a system in-house, we paid particular attention on this title to technologies that faithfully reproduce human expressions."
"This degree of reproduction is unlike anything that has come before, achieving realism that is truly human. Using this system, we are able to generate data on expressions from a variety of angles with just one shot, dramatically increasing development speed," Fukui added.
The game is set to be released on January 24, 2017 and judging today, just by the trailer alone, Resident Evil VII definitely has what it takes to be dubbed - the Greatest Game ever!