dglobalnews.com Resident Evil 7: On The Verge Of Breaking Records
Published: Mon, January 30, 2017
Tech | By Arthur Brown

Resident Evil 7: On The Verge Of Breaking Records

Resident Evil 7 has shipped a massive 2.5 million units. Capcom might be using the demo release way to drop hints on this game as well so many anticipating a new teaser trailer.

We are part of the 2.5 million strong that has acquired Resident Evil 7 and we must say that the game is indeed terrifying.

You can check out more GameRevolution videos on our YouTube channel. Still, Digital Foundry said the Xbox One version of Resident Evil 7 is still "excellent overall", and console owners should still pick the game up.

Resident Evil 7 was released earlier this week, and if you're torn regarding which platform to purchase it for, maybe this report from Digital Foundry will help speed up the decision making process.

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What's your take? Do you want Resident Evil 8 to be first-person and have the same setting as RE7?

Have you played the game yet? The atmosphere is intense and the game feels very isolated.

For my part, I've had a very hard time pulling myself away from Resident Evil 7. Resident Evil 7 released on January 2017 for the PS4, Xbox One and PC.

Every movement, sound and shadow is enough to get the pulse racing, and it's even more nerve-wracking when you enter an brand new area for the first time, or come face to face with a twisted new foe. It is also the first truly big AAA game to leverage VR as a legitimately game enhancing feature. Cumulative sales of the games in the series now total 75 million units since the first title debuted in 1996.

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