Resident Evil 7: Biohazard game director Koshi Nakanishi spoke about the switching to first-person VR of the game. He said that this first-person perspective is the best way to impose fear on horror-immune gamers. A VR headset could strengthen the expected effect through immersing players into an unlikeable experience. However, it might take a long time before PC gamers can have a full experience of the game.
It was recently posted on a Facebook ad and on a Reddit post - that Resident Evil 7: Biohazard will be coming in 2017, and will only be made available for PlayStationVR for a period of 12 months only.
According to PC Gamer, the VR version of the game of the game will be coming out on early 2018. This is the soonest expected date for these games that Rift and Vive-equipped horror-heads would likely want to play. However, the Resident Evil 7: Biohazard will be released on January on PC and consoles. This is not all, Capcom has not made any announcements regarding the VR format as of this time. There was also an ad for Batman Arkham VR that was noticed to have sported the same disclaimer. The disclaimer states: "Exclusive to PlayStation VR until March 2017."
Game Rant reported that there were no announcements yet regarding the release of Arkham VR on PC, but this disclaimer may tell us about something amazing that is yet to come. However, there could be a possibility that this is just a part of a marketing strategy. Additionally, the possibilities of this announcement as a marketing brain-twister still lie. If we remember Titanfall, it was also tagged as a console exclusive - but its PC version was already launched during the release of the Xbox One. This "exclusive to PlayStation VR" tag may leave us hanging. Capcom is yet to confirm about all of these. It is just better to wait for any other releases from them as of this time.