Nov 17, 2016 04:09 PM EST
'Resident Evil 7: Biohazard' Features Four 'Fear Factors'; Capcom To Sell 4 Million Copies Of Game Upon Release Date! [VIDEO]
Fans and gamers alike have been receiving great news from Capcom regarding some of their upcoming major titles that are going to be released soon. As such, fans are equally excited for "Resident Evil 7: Biohazard" as it closes in on its release date next year. Boasting on four "fear factors," Capcom is expecting to sell around four million copies of the game.
It was recently reported that Capcom's upcoming horror video game, "Resident Evil 7: Biohazard," will be featuring four "fear factors" in the game, Gamingbolt has learned. Upon hitting its release date, fans will be able to experience these as they get more and more immersed in the game.
It was stated by the source that, this time around, the game will be more of a psychological scare than what the fans were accustomed with from previous installments focusing on jump-scares.
Gamingbolt picked up a translated explanation of these that highlighted "Resident Evil 7" featuring "fear factors" that will have players (equipped with a variety of weapons) exploring an area to understand what kind of enemy is trying to stalk them.
Having a promising future ahead of it, it was alos reported that Capcom is expecting to rack up its sales by selling around four million copies of "Resident Evil 7," PlayStation Lifestyle noted. It was said that the company posted its strategy of having a more offensive approach once the game reaches its targeted global release date.
"Resident Evil 7: Biohazard" was first announced in this year's E3 convention during Sony's presentation, which later that day launched a gameplay teaser called, "Resident Evil 7 Teaser: Beginning Hour."
This game will mark the eleventh installment to the "Resident Evil" franchise and will be the first ever main series to feature the game from a first-person perspective. The upcoming survival horror video game, which is developed and published by Capcom, has been set for a January 2017 release date to be launched on the PlayStation 4 (that also includes support for the PlayStation VR), Xbox One, and Microsoft Windows.
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