Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3 Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3 were the first game Capcom released using their RE Engine game engine, provided a satisfying experience on both the previous generation consoles thanks to their stunning graphics. Resident Evil 2, which received an update to the latest generation in the past year, also received support for ray tracing on these platforms as well as the PC, however Capcom eliminated support for ray-tracing through an unannounced upgrade.
Steam’s version of the games say goodbye to support for ray tracing
The Japanese-based firm, which has updated Resident Evil 2, Resident Evil 3 and Resident Evil 7 games for Xbox Series and PS5 consoles in the past year, also provided certain innovations that were exclusive to players on the PC platform. Ray-tracing, which is one of these breakthroughs was taken out of productions as part of a company-wide update that was not announced.
Many users on social media sites have stated that the ray-tracing feature in Resident Evil 2 and 3 was removed. Some users claim that this issue was present with Resident Evil 7. The update, which came out without any release information on Steam and is believed to be a glitch. Capcom will likely issue an announcement on the issue in the next few days.