• 'Resident Evil 7: Biohazard' is a survival horror video game developed and published by Capcom.

'Resident Evil 7: Biohazard' is a survival horror video game developed and published by Capcom. (Photo : YouTube/Resident Evil)

The latest details for "Resident Evil 7" will feature a new patch update for the PC version and a Nintendo Switch version soon.

Capcom launched a new patch update for"Resident Evil 7" for the PC platform that lets users expand the number of CPUs capable of running it.

The patch update allows "Resident Evil 7" to recognize older-generation processors by no longer relying on the SSSE3 SIMD instruction set, a feature that was previously required to run within the game's PC version.

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This automatically means CPUs that do not support SSSE3 SIMD now have chance to run and play "Residentr Evil 7". Capcom did not list a specific set of CPUs the game now supports, nor offer an idea of which of the old, non SSSE3-enabled CPUs are likely to actually run it.

Nonetheless, this gives PC users an opportunity to play "Resident Evil 7" and share the exciting and heart-racing experience in the horror-survival franchise, VG 24/7 reported.

In other news, Capcom will likely explore "Resident 7" on new video game console soon as game producer Masachika Kawata took an interest in "Nintendo's" new machine, the Nintendo Switch.

Kawata told Express that the Nintendo Switch is an interesting piece of hardware and will likel be used for current and future video game titles.

When it comes to the subject of "Resident Evil 7" in the new console, Kawata sadly informed video game fans that Capcom will not have plans in developing the sequel in the Nintendo Switch, atleast at the moment.

Still, the possibilities for new Capcom titles going to the Nintendo Switch will be initiated in the future as Capcom has healthy working relationship with Nintendo.

Capcom recently launched its first DLC in "Resident Evil 7" called the Banned Footage Vol. 1, For gamers who are interested in picking up "Resident Evil 7‘s" Banned Footage Vol. 1 DLC, they purchase it as a standalone item at $10, with the next Banned Footage volume costing $15.

Of course, the most cost efficient way to obtain "RE7‘s" post-launch content in full will be to buy the Season Pass at $30, which not only packages in Banned Footage Vol. 1 and 2, but also an extra story chapter sometime down the line, intimating the potential of even more to come.

In addition to "Resident Evil 7‘s" Banned Footage volumes, Capcom has promised the release of free DLC coming this spring, which could provide an idea as to when the aforementioned extra chapter will drop.

"Resident Evil 7" is currently available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.