Resident Evil 7 Is Coming To Nintendo Switch In Japan

Posted: May 21 2018, 11:10am CDT | by , in Technology News


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Resident Evil 7 is Coming to Nintendo Switch in Japan

Nintendo Switch to Get the Game Resident Evil 7: Biohazard on Japanese Soil via Cloud Gaming

In an unprecedented decision, the developer Capcom announced that Resident Evil 7: Biohazard will arrive on the Switch on May 24th, 2018. The teaser trailer of this game says it all. Cloud service will see to it that this game reaches Japanese soil.

The Nintendo eShop also bears partial responsibility for this surprising and pleasant move. As for the trailer, it reveals the main narrative of the game alongside two DLCs. These have been termed Banned Footage Vol. 1 and 2. This game will operate as previously mentioned via cloud streaming.

The results for gameplay would be different though. These include within their repertoire delays and issues with connectivity. Also, the data saving option would be present on the server end.

Something which has caught the attention of the fans of the game is that it will be more of a service alternative rather than a single payment choice.

Players will get to spend 2000 yen (which amounts to $18) for free access to the game for six months. Beyond that, the access pass would need to be renewed. Rather than 24 GB of storage space, this game will merely need 45 MB. That amounts to a lot of space saving.

Thus Nintendo Switch fans can jump for joy. Players will get to enjoy a free trial of the game for 15 minutes in the beginning. After that, the first 180 days will be accessible on the purchase of a pass. The game in Japan will be a slightly modified version of the Western version.

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