'Resident Evil 7: BioHazard' To Get A Big Boost From AMD And Microsoft's Xbox Play AnywhereBy Erwin Castro, UniversityHerald Reporter
Capcom has just announced that "Resident Evil 7: BioHzard" will support the Xbox Play Anywhere initiative. This means that Xbox One owners will now be able to play the horror game on other platform and game consoles.
According to The Verge, "Resident Evil 7: BioHazard" is the first major third-party title to support the Microsoft Xbox Play Anywhere program. Currently, there are a few number of titles that support the Xbox Play Anywhere initiative, which includes "Forza Horizon 3," "Gears of War 4," and more.
In addition, the Microsoft initiative will also let players sync their content purchases, game progress and even in-game unlocks, to the cloud providers. This will allows users to access content across both PC and Xbox One.
However, the Xbox Play Anywhere program applies only to digital purchases in the Xbox Store or Windows Store. The Capcom's adventure horror game is currently available pre-order on Steam, but players that purchased the horror game on Steam will not receive an Xbox One copy.
Capcom's latest horror game is scheduled for release on PC, Xbox One, and PS4 this coming Jan. 24.
AMD's New Radeon Driver Is Built For Resident Evil 7: BioHazard
AMD has just released a new Radeon driver for its Radeon graphics cards which optimized for Capcom's latest zombie-infested game. Digital Trend reported that AMD's latest driver update address key technical problems, including a recent issue with Solidworks.
In addition to adding support, AMD also introduced a handful of bug fixes with this update release. Here the complete list:
- Dishonored 2 may encounter an application crash on some Radeon R9 380 configurations.
- When using Windows 7 basic themes Radeon ReLive may show an improper warning popup message.
- Paragon may encounter some flickering issues in Multi-GPU with DirectX 11.
- May experience a black screen after installing AMD's Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Editions 16.12.1.
- AMD XConnect Technology may encounter a blue screen system hang when audio drivers start loading.
- Solidworks Technology will not be terminated when the device get unplugged
- Display corruption may appear after applications wake up from a certain display timeout.
- AMD's Radeon ReLive may crash when toggling Multi-GPU with Desktop Recording.
The AMD update is now live and can be grabbed at AMD website.