Resident Evil 7 PC News, Update: Demo Finally Live On Steam; Here's The Graphics Options And More

Resident Evil 7 demo game for PC is finally playable on Steam. However, players need to know that the Beginning Hour might not be accesible in the official website. The demo game was made available on Dec. 18 at exactly 4 p.m.

The players can now enjoy Resident Evil 7's demo game on Steam. According to Tweak Town, the Beginning Hour will give its fans a preview of what they can expect in the full version of the game. Capcom is very confident with what it has done to the game.

Resident Evil 7 has graphics options that players need to know. First, the screen resolution is 3860x2160. The refresh rate supports 144hz and Nvidia G-Sync. The players can play on full screen, windowed and borderless window.

Players can choose different framerates from 30, 60, and Variable. They can turn on and off the V-Sync on the Beginning Hour of Resident Evil 7. The rendering methods are normal and interlaced. The resolution can be adjusted from 0.5x to 2.0x with1.0x equivalent to 100 percent.

The texture quality, filtering and shadow quality choices are from very high up to very low. The choices in Resident Evil 7's anti-aliasing are FXAA, TAA, FXAA+TAA and SMAA. As per PC Gamer, the bloom effect, lens flare and substance scattering can be switched on and off.

The players from different regions of the world have different launch dates of Resident Evil 7's The Beginning Hour. Fortunately, the Beginning Hour is already available worldwide because Dec. 19 was Capcom's last target date for the release of the demo game to every fan in the world.

Resident Evil 7: Biohazard will be available fully next month for PS4, Xbox One and PC. The players just have to wait for a little while before they can finally play the full game of the horrific and terrifying game by Capcom. Hopefully, the demo game will build up the excitement of the players.

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