Resident Evil 7’s newest PC patch ought to make it run on older CPUs

Resident Evil 7 is just not a really demanding recreation, and the latest replace may additional increase the variety of CPUs able to operating it.

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Capcom has launched a brand new Resident Evil 7 patch this week for the PC model. The replace has a single observe: it ought to improve the vary of supported CPUs.

The patch permits the sport to recognise older-generation processors by now not counting on the SSSE3 SIMD instruction set, a function that was beforehand required to run the sport.

This routinely means CPUs that don’t assist SSSE3 SIMD now have probability to run the sport. Capcom didn’t record a particular set of CPUs the sport now helps, nor supply an thought of which of the previous, non SSSE3-enabled CPUs are prone to really run it.

It’s additionally value noting that the sport’s minimum PC specs haven’t been up to date.

But, you may all the time consult Wikipedia to seek out out whether or not or not your previous CPU helps the tech.

Suffice it to say, in case your PC was constructed within the final 5 or 6 years, you need to be advantageous. If you’re nonetheless uncertain, downloading and operating a programme like CPU-Z will enable you out.