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RE7 biohazard 7 on iPhone


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Via Capcom Press: This week, Resident Evil 7 biohazard welcomes Apple devices to the family. This highly acclaimed entry in the beloved survival horror series is spreading its spores to the App Store tomorrow, launching on July 2, 2024, for iPhone 15 Pro, iPhone 15 Pro Max, and every iPad and Mac with the M1 chip or later.

Players can try a portion of Ethan Winters’ harrowing investigation into his wife’s disappearance with a free download before accessing the full campaign with a single purchase. The main game is bundled with the Not A Hero story DLC, which follows Chris Redfield on a mission to put the case to rest. The package also supports Universal Purchase and cross-progression, so Apple fans are able to play across iPhone, iPad, and Mac and continue their save games whether at home or on the go.

Powered by RE ENGINE, Resident Evil 7 biohazard runs natively on Apple devices with impressive visuals and remarkable performance. This release also includes newly optimized controls for iPhone and iPad, including an Auto Fire option and fully touch-compatible menus, so playing without a traditional controller is more intuitive than ever. Players can also dive deeper into Ethan Winters’ tale with the Gold Edition upgrade, which expands the game with a variety of optional DLC, including extra story content and game modes.

Resident Evil 7 biohazard Director Koshi Nakanishi also joined Capcom NEXT and confirmed a new entry in the franchise is currently in development. Please stay tuned for more details at a later date.



Yes, and you can essentially use your phone as a computer these days, as there's apps to make your phone's home screen resemble a desktop. Not much equipment is required.

All you need is a hub for connecting wired devices, or you can pair a wireless keyboard and mouse. Then if your phone has MHL or HDMI output, it's usually as simple as just connecting it to a monitor. Or you often just cast it to the TV, or plug in a device like AllCast for a TV that isn't smart.
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