Resident Evil 5 is one of the popular games that Capcom has been able to offer though it was only playable on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC.
Capcom has re-released Resident Evil 5 and the game is now playable on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. With most present day game consoles carrying advanced specs and improved display graphics support, better game play was expected.
Unfortunately, that doesn’t seem to be the case with reports of familiar bugs still persisting.
The bugs are still around on “Resident Evil 5”
According to GameRant, the dreaded frame rate per second issue is still around as well as problems hooked up to the second player game console for both the Xbox One and PS4.
While the FPS issue is something familiar, the one involving the second player game console controller may discourage second players from joining in. The issue was brought up via Reddit with gamers complaining of their inability to buy or upgrade weapons on the re-released Resident Evil 5.
Another issue tied up to Resident Evil 5 is the one involving players who are not able to defend themselves. The case happens during Team Survivors and Survivors mode where they reportedly lose their primary weapons, Neurogadget revealed.
Capcom aware of situation
Word of the Resident Evil 5 bugs have already reached Capcom and the company is already working on patches to address the problems. Unfortunately, they did not offer details about the possible release date, or what particular issues they are trying to address.
Despite Capcom’s efforts, the bug issues are becoming a main concern. With other Resident Evil game title installments on the list, the recurring list of bugs and issues are now becoming things to watch out for the upcoming versions.
Resident Evil 5 is now for the PS4 and Xbox One after originally being launched for the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC back in 2009.
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