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Resident Evil Village System Requirements

We Discuss The System Requirements For Resident Evil Village And Tell You The Best PC Builds To Play It On

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Can I Run Resident Evil Village On My Computer?

Resident Evil Village was released on the 7th May 2021 and is available on PlayStation and Xbox consoles, as well as on PC. The publisher has supplied both the minimum and recommended requirements that you will need to play Resident Evil Village on Windows PC which you can read below. Typically we’d advise adding a bit on top of any supplied system specs, just to be on the safe side, particularly as publishers tend to understate these somewhat so they can sell more copies.

If you’re unsure as to what hardware your machine has exactly, take a look at our page on how to look up your PC specifications to make sure you will be able to run it. At the bottom of the page you’re currently reading now, we also discuss which PC builds we think you’ll need to run the game on sufficiently.

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Resident Evil Village Game Details

  • Release Date : 7th May 2021 (PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X & Series S, Google Stadia, Microsoft Windows)
  • System Requirements : High
  • Genre : Survival Horror
  • Developer : CAPCOM
  • Publisher : CAPCOM


The latest entry in the long-running and hugely popular Resident Evil series, Resident Evil Village carries on two years where Resident Evil 7 left-off, and keeps up the first-person view that game introduced. Full of horrifying mutated creatures, tense survival combat, and ten-foot-tall gothic ladies, Resident Evil Village looks set to be another classic.

Resident Evil Village System Requirements

Note: The publisher has stated that the below are what is needed to play the game at 1080p and 60FPS.

Resident Evil Village Minimum System Requirements

  • CPU : AMD Ryzen 3 1200 / Intel Core i5-7500
  • RAM : 8 GB RAM
  • GPU / Video Card : AMD Radeon RX 560 with 4GB VRAM / NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti with 4GB VRAM
  • Storage : TBC
  • Operating System : Windows 10 (64-bit)

Resident Evil Village Recommended System Requirements

  • CPU : AMD Ryzen 5 3600 / Intel Core i7 8700
  • RAM : 16 GB RAM
  • GPU / Video Card : AMD Radeon RX 5700 / NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070
  • Storage : TBC
  • Operating System : Windows 10 (64-bit)

What Gaming PC Do We Recommend To Play Resident Evil Village?

If you want to play Resident Evil Village on the minimum system requirements at 1080p with 60FPS, we would advise going with a $1,000 self-build or similar. If you want to push things towards the recommended settings though, then you’ll need one of our suggested $1,500 builds or better. For resolutions and FPS above 1080p and 60FPS at recommended settings, you’ll have to splash out $2,000 or above.

If you don’t want to put together your own computer, a pre-build for under $1,000 will just about do you for minimum settings. A $1,500 pre-build will get you closer to recommended settings, but you’ll have to spend more than this to fully experience the game at its best.

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