Resident Evil Village for iPhone 15 Pro Release Date Revealed

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Capcom has officially confirmed that the highly anticipated iPhone 15 Pro and iPad port of Resident Evil Village will be hitting the App Store on October 30.

In an eagerly awaited press release, the gaming giant has unveiled the pricing details for this much-anticipated release. The base game of Resident Evil Village will be available for $39.99, providing fans with an opportunity to dive into the spine-tingling world of survival horror on their mobile devices. Additionally, for those seeking an even more immersive experience, The Winters’ Expansion will be made available separately for $19.99.

If you were among the lucky individuals who managed to get their hands on an iPhone 15 Pro over the past weekend, the prospect of playing Resident Evil Village on your smartphone is about to become a reality sooner than you might have thought. Capcom has subtly unveiled that the iPhone and iPad port of Resident Evil Village is set for release on October 30.

The news initially surfaced through Gematsu, which reported the release date for Resident Evil Village on iPhone and iPad in Japan. A visit to Capcom’s official website confirms that the release date is consistent for fans in the United States.

A quick look at the screenshot below reveals the precise release date of October 30. As of now, Capcom has not responded to IGN’s request for additional comments or information.

With teasers and footage trickling in over the weeks following the initial announcement, it’s clear that the release date for Resident Evil Village is rapidly approaching. Recently, YouTuber Vincent Zhong provided a brief glimpse of the game in his iPhone 15 Pro review. In my own hands-on preview, I had the privilege of witnessing an off-hand demo of Resident Evil Village running smoothly on the iPhone 15 Pro.

As previously disclosed, the mobile port of Resident Evil Village will run at a steady 30 frames per second and will be compatible with iPhone 15 Pro and iPads equipped with either the M1 or M2 chip. While the pricing for this port remains undisclosed, Capcom has clarified that there will be no universal purchase option for the macOS version. This means that if you previously purchased Resident Evil Village on Mac but wish to experience it on your iPhone or iPad, you’ll need to make a separate purchase.

Resident Evil Village is just one of the stellar titles that headlined Apple’s Wonderlust event earlier this month, sharing the spotlight with other gaming heavyweights like Resident Evil 4, Death Stranding, and Assassin’s Creed Mirage. All of these titles have been confirmed to offer console-quality experiences, exclusive to the A17 Pro chip available in the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max smartphones. The anticipation is building, and fans are eagerly awaiting the spine-chilling adventure that awaits them on October 30.

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