Capcom is ready for the next console generation
The RE Engine, which runs under their current games, is well-suited to the new machines.
- Capcom is planning for the long term with RE Engine
- It will also be suitable for the next generation of games
THE Capcom has invested in its self-developed game engines over the past decade with exemplary efficiency, as MT Framework, which debuted in 2006, has served them for many years, providing a solid and spectacular foundation for excellent games such as Monster Hunter: World, Resident Evil 5, Devil May Cry 4 or Dragon’s Dogma. In addition, Resident Evil 7 appears to have been introduced, and has since been used by Resident Evil 2 and Devil May Cry 5. RE Engine similar can be expected.
All of this was said by management itself in the aftermath of a business report released last week, who said the engine was ready for the next generation.
“Games developed with the RE Engine have received excellent ratings on current machines, and we’ve built this engine from the start with the next generation in mind. That’s why we believe the RE Engine could be one of our great strengths in the next generation. regarding the development of next-generation machines. “
In light of all this, it is not surprising that there is currently a lot of secrecy about Capcom’s future projects, as there is a good chance that serious resources will already be killed in the new generation.