A Hot Potato: Capcom said in late May that it had shipped more than four million copies of the game (including digital sales) since its launch last month, but the company was concerned about performance issues plaguing gamers. The general consensus was that you could simply wait for Capcom's release to patch, and unfortunately, that's the best advice at this time. If Capcom doesn't know the source of the stuttering, they certainly know, and I hope to address it in the near future.
Resident Evil Village was one of the most anticipated releases of 2021, but as it usually happens, some early adopters don't get exactly what they bargained for.
There appears to be a persistent stuttering issue in the PC version of the game which is causing problems when killing the enemy. It is well documented by both casual players and judges. As it turns out, Capcom's use of DRM appears to be the main reason for this.
As DSOGaming highlights, the recently broken EMPRESS team has taken out the game and removed the DRM. The magazine tested the pirate version for over two hours and killed many enemies and never once had a stuttering problem. Even some of the hardest parts of the game were very weak.
Once again, patience is important. Although being discovered online is a tempting hacking game, doing so may expose you to a variety of nasty malware and in severe cases may even cause you legal issues. Capcom has already removed DRM from games and can do it again. p>
Resident Evil Village's stutter appears to be caused by Capcom's DRM on PC
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