The game will be available for Apple devices powered by M1 and M2 chips.
Capcom revealed the release date for the mobile version of Resident Evil Village during this year's edition of Tokyo Game Show. As previously announced, the game will be playable on the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max, as well as the iPad Air and iPad Pro that are powered by M1 and M2 chips.
Credit: Capcom, Resident Evil Village
The version will be released on October 30th – both Resident Evil Village and its story expansion will be available on mobile platforms. In Japan, the mobile version of Village will cost 4,990 yen, and the DLC will be priced at 2,000 yen. The pricing for other regions has not been disclosed yet.
Unfortunately, the development team didn't share any info on when they plan to release the remake of Resident Evil 4 on iPhone, iPad, and Mac, but they reconfirmed they plan to ship by the end of 2023. The mobile version of the RE4 remake for Apple devices will also give the ability to play its DLC.
The RE4 remake in the App Store will support the Universal Purchase feature, which means that you won't have to purchase the game separately for Mac and iPhone.
You can check out the Capcom session (in Japanese) from Tokyo Game Show 2023 below:
Geek Culture has tested Resident Evil Village, Genshin Impact, PUBG: Mobile, and Honkai: Star Rail on the iPhone 15 Pro Max, and the results are better than you might expect. Learn more here.