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Resident Evil 7: PS5 vs Xbox Series X/S Patch - Ray-Tracing + 120Hz Modes Tested!

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The original debut for the RE Engine gets a new patch for PS5 and Xbox Series systems - once again adding ray-tracing and 120Hz Modes. The difference next to the Resident Evil 2 and 3 Remake updates? Performance is very nicely optimised for 4K and 60FPS even with ray-tracing enabled - though Series S flags a few more issues than the two premium machines.


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