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Resident Evil Village VR may be heading to PC too

Resident Evil 7 was one of the few major releases to get PlayStationVR support back in the day. Unfortunately, the PC version of the game never received a VR update, but Capcom might be looking to make things right with Resident Evil Village. 

Resident Evil Village is getting a VR version for PlayStation VR2. This time around though, it might not be a full exclusive. In a recent update to Resident Evil Village for PC, dataminers found new code strings pointing to PC VR headset support.

As found by u/LitheBeep on Reddit, Resident Evil Village on PC now contains strings for OpenVR, SteamVR and a few popular PC-only virtual reality headsets, like the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.

Whether or not Resident Evil 7 will get similar treatment still remains to be seen. For now, Resident Evil Village VR has only been announced for PlayStation VR2.

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KitGuru Says: VR strings like this have existed in other games before too, but it doesn't always lead to an announcement or an official release. Still, it would be a shame to see Capcom pass up PC VR support for a second time. Hopefully sometime after the PS VR2 version arrives, we'll get confirmation on an update for the PC version. 

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