Resident Evil 7 and the Resident Evil 2 remake have announced their arrival on iPhone, iPad and Mac

In July, the arrival of Resident Evil 7 is expected, which can already be pre-ordered on the App Store, while the remake of the second installment is still in development

Resident Evil 7 and the Resident Evil 2 remake have announced their arrival on iPhone iPad and Mac
Resident Evil 7 and Resident Evil 2 Remake will arrive on Apple devices

The arrival of great video games on mobile devices is less and less surprising to us, as it is becoming a norm. In fact, users of iOS, iPadOS and even macOS can already enjoy such prominent names as Death Stranding or, much more recently, Assassin’s Creed Mirage, among others. Among those others, we can also find a couple of the main installments of an iconic Capcom saga, we are talking about Resident Evil, which today has its eighth installment and the remake of the fourth in the App Store, and these will not be the only ones in the franchise.

That’s right, during Apple’s WWDC 2024the arrival of two more games in Capcom’s saga was announced on its devices, these being Resident Evil 7: Biohazard and Resident Evil 2 Remake. Both proposals will be launched, as expected, on iPhone 15 Pro, iPhone 15 Pro Max and, in addition, on the iPad and Mac with M1 chip or later. Of course, the only one that has a release date and already has prior registration is the seventh installment.

More Resident Evil games coming to iPhone, iPad, and Mac

As we say, Resident Evil 7: Biohazard already has a release date on compatible Apple devices, and this will be next July 2. While you wait for its arrival, you can already pre-order it for free in the App Store, where, when it is released, it will offer a free download with which we can try a small part of the game before deciding whether to buy it or not. The price of the full game will be $19.99 (pending confirmation of its price in euros), which is also the additional price we will have to pay if we want to get its Gold Edition, which includes all its DLC.

Without a doubt, Resident Evil 7 was a great change of tone for the franchise, since in its previous installments it had focused more on action, leaving aside its horror component, the one that its fans love so much. This Biohazard is a proposal that bets much more on survival horror and feels incredible. With the arrival of Apple devices, those responsible have also indicated that this version will have automatic aiming and improved controls, as well as having compatibility with controllers, in case touch controls are not too good for us. We also can’t forget that, thanks to its MetalFX Upscaling technology, the game will be a graphical powerhouse, as it happens on consoles and PC.

In the case of Resident Evil 2 Remake, Capcom has only announced that it is “currently in development”, so it is likely that we will not hear anything from it for a while. Perhaps they are saving it for when the Cupertino company reveals its next generation of devices. We will see if this is the case or not in the end. What we do know about the version of this remake for iOS, iPadOS and macOS is that it will also have a free download that will give access to a small trial, which will help us decide whether to buy it completely or not. It is also expected to have the same characteristics as Biohazard, or at least some very similar ones.

Pre-order Resident Evil 7: Biohazard for FREE on the App Store

Finally, it is worth mentioning that Resident Evil 7: Biohazard will have universal purchase, so if you buy the iPhone 15 Pro version, you will have access to the iPad and Mac versions. Obviously, this will also be available at the launch of the Resident Evil 2 remake. We will be attentive to the next news that may arrive about these titles, for now it only remains to remember that Resident Evil 7 will arrive on July 2 on iPhone 15 Pro, iPhone 15 Pro Max and iPad and Mac with M1 chip or later.



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