Late last week, players noticed that ray tracing had suddenly disappeared from the remakes of Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3 on Steam. For some, HDR support had also stopped working, and without any official explanation it was not good to know what had happened.
Now it turns out that it’s all a bug, which developer Capcom is working on fixing.
Via Twitter, Capcom says that the bug removed beam jumping from the graphics menu. What caused this was not revealed, but the team is therefore working on a solution and promises to reintroduce the functionality in a future update.
The article continues below the Twitter message.
Capcom didn’t mention anything about the issues with HDR support. This has apparently only affected a small number of players, and may not be as high a priority as the missing ray tracing.
We really enjoyed the remakes of Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3. The renovation of game number four also came recently, which also received a great reception here at the mill.
READ ALSO: Owlboy developer revamps Savant: Ascent »