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Capcom Accidentally Removes Ray Tracing From Resident Evil 2 and 3 Remakes on PC

Capcom has revealed that ray tracing support will return to the PC versions of Resident Evil 2 Remake and Resident Evil 3 Remake in a future update after it was accidentally removed last week.

“We are aware of an ongoing issue where the Ray Tracing option is not appearing in the Graphics Menu and Presets,” said Resident Evil’s Twitter account (below), acknowledging the error. “We plan to address this in a future update. We apologize for the inconvenience.”

The issue became apparent when PC players took to the Steam and Reddit forums to vent their frustrations about the missing graphics options after updates were pushed to Resident Evil 2 and 3 Remake late last week. rice field. The option to turn on 3D audio support was also missing from both games’ menus.

Capcom remained silent over the weekend about the missing option, and it was unclear if the feature was removed on purpose. It seems to confirm that

This isn’t the first time Capcom has had to fix an issue with the Resident Evil PC Remaster. Capcom previously allowed players to roll back to older updates after performance issues caused an “overwhelming community response”.

IGN rated Resident Evil 3’s Grow Up 9/10, describing it as a “great continuation of Capcom’s latest remake effort” that strikes a good balance between “2020 gameplay and classic Resident Evil tone.” Did.

Anthony is a freelance contributor covering science and video game news for IGN. With his 8+ years of experience covering the latest developments in multiple scientific fields, he has absolutely no time for cheating. Follow him on Twitter @BeardConGamer

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