RESIDENT EVIL 7 Will Support Cross-Saves Between PC and Xbox One

RESIDENT EVIL 7 Will Support Cross-Saves Between PC and Xbox One

Interestingly, it has been revealed that the upcoming Resident Evil 7 will support cross-saves between PC and Xbox One. Does this mean it's part of Microsoft's Xbox Play Anywhere? Read on for details...

By JoshWilding - Nov 26, 2016 07:11 AM EST
Source: IGN
It has been confirmed today that Resident Evil 7 players will be able to transfer saves between versions of the highly anticipated release bought on both the Xbox One and PC Windows Store. Cross-saves are a big part of Xbox Play Anywhere, a promotion from Microsoft which sees gamers receive both versions of a title for the price of a single purchase. However, this news has since raised some big questions. 

While Capcom has confirmed that Xbox/PC cross-saving is going to be included, but will Resident Evil 7 be one of the first third party games to take advantage of this scene? Cross-saving is rare without a cross-buy option, so it seems likely, but it will be interesting to see what sort of deal the companies have made to make this a reality. It's also worth noting that the game's marketing has revolved heavily around its PlayStation 4 release, especially as it will include an exclusive VR "Kitchen" experience. 

It's also been confirmed that Resident Evil 7 will support HDR on all formats, meaning that it will include 4K on the recently released PS4 Pro. The game goes on sale on January 24th, 2017. Excited?
In-Development RESIDENT EVIL Movie Reboot To Take Inspiration From RESIDENT EVIL VII, Reveals Its Screenwriter
Related:

In-Development RESIDENT EVIL Movie Reboot To Take Inspiration From RESIDENT EVIL VII, Reveals Its Screenwriter

RESIDENT EVIL 7 Is Coming To The Nintendo Switch But Don't Get Excited Just Yet
Recommended For You:

RESIDENT EVIL 7 Is Coming To The Nintendo Switch But Don't Get Excited Just Yet

DISCLAIMER: GameFragger.com is protected under the DMCA (Digital Millenium Copyright Act) and... [MORE]

GameFragger.com, and/or the user who contributed this post, may earn commissions or revenue through clicks or purchases made through any third-party links contained within the content above.

Be the first to comment and get the conversation going!

View Recorder