We Finally Have a Release Date For Resident Evil Village Launch on the iPhone 15 Pro and iPad Pro

The A17 Pro chip in the new iPhone 15 Pro models is based on TSMC's 3nm fabrication, allowing the device to deliver enhanced computational and graphical performance. We have previously seen a user display the iPhone 15 Pro's capability of playing Resident Evil Village on an external monitor using a USB-C. While the game is not yet available for the general public, users have been very excited to try it themselves on the new flagships. Now, we finally have a release date for Capcom's Resident Evil Village launch on the iPhone 15 Pro.
Resident Evil Village will release on October 30 for Apple's iPhone 15 Pro and iPad Air/Pro Models
Apple is gradually working to transform the iPhone 15 Pro models into a gaming hub, considering the performance of the A17 Pro chip and how it handles high-end titles. If you are a fan of the Resident Evil series, the upcoming release would entice you. Resident Evil Village came preinstalled on the review units of the flagship models, allowing reviews to test out what the device is really capable of. Up until now, we had no details on the official launch of the game.
We are now hearing that Resident Evil Village will be available on the iPhone 15 Pro starting October 30 (via Gematsu ). Capcom announced that the game will also be available on the iPad on the same date. As for pricing, Resident Evil Village will be available on the iPhone 15 Pro models starting at 4,990 yen which translates to $33.50. Additionally, in-app purchases could cost you 2,000 yen or $13.50. While the game is not cheap, it will lure in a lot of fans.
Resident Evil Village for the iPhone 15 Pro will be released with optimized performance for smartphones. We have previously covered how a YouTuber played the game by connecting his iPhone 15 Pro to an external monitor via the USB-C cable. As for the game's performance, Apple has set a cap to 30fps for the frame rate with HDR, allowing the device to deliver consistent performance without stutters and lags. On the iPad, the title will only be available on iPad Air and iPad Pro with an M1 or higher chips.

If you are excited about the Resident Evil release for the iPhone 15 Pro or iPad, you should note that it can be played via compatible game controllers. For instance, you can hook your iPhone 15 Pro to an external monitor and pair a DualSense controller to your iPhone. The overall experience would scale up compared to handheld mode. You can also check out these best external coolers for your iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max in case it gets hot while you play your favorite titles.
Resident Evil 4 is also in the works with a release date set for later this year. While exact details are not known at this point, the title will be coming to the iPhone, iPad, as well as the Mac. We will cover the release as soon as it is out so be sure to stick around.
Written by Ali Salman

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