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Resident Evil Village for iPhone 15 Pro is Out on October 30

The highly anticipated release of Resident Evil Village on mobile devices is finally here. Capcom has officially confirmed that the game will be available on the iPhone 15 Pro and iPad starting October 30. Fans of the popular survival horror franchise can now experience the intense and immersive gameplay on their smartphones and tablets.

According to the press release from Capcom, the base game will retail for $39.99, while The Winters’ Expansion will be available separately for $19.99. This ensures that players have the option to enjoy additional content and extend their gaming experience. The pricing is reasonable considering the high-quality graphics and console-like gameplay that Resident Evil Village offers.

The announcement of the release date for the iPhone 15 Pro and iPad versions of Resident Evil Village comes as no surprise. In recent weeks, various footage and demos of the game running on these devices have been showcased, building up excitement and anticipation among fans. YouTuber Vincent Zhong even provided a glimpse of the game during his review of the iPhone 15 Pro.

One important aspect to note is that Resident Evil Village will run at 30 frames per second on the iPhone 15 Pro and is compatible with iPads equipped with either the M1 or M2 chip. This ensures smooth gameplay and optimized performance, allowing players to fully immerse themselves in the dark and suspenseful world of Resident Evil.

It’s worth mentioning that Capcom has not announced universal purchase options for this mobile version of Resident Evil Village. This means that if players have already purchased the game on other platforms, such as macOS, they will need to make a separate purchase for the iPhone or iPad version. While this may be disappointing for some, it is understandable as the mobile version offers a unique and tailored experience for players.

Resident Evil Village is one of the flagship titles that were showcased during Apple’s Wonderlust event earlier this month. Alongside games like Resident Evil 4, Death Stranding, and Assassin’s Creed Mirage, it serves as a testament to the growing popularity of mobile gaming and the capabilities of the A17 Pro chip found in the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max smartphones.

With its stunning visuals, gripping storyline, and intense gameplay, Resident Evil Village has garnered a massive fan base. The mobile release on the iPhone 15 Pro and iPad further expands the accessibility of the game, allowing players to delve into the eerie world of the Village anytime, anywhere.