Capcom sets a release date for blockbuster Resident Evil Village on iPhone and iPad, the sales of iPhone 15 series has increased by 254% compared to iPhone 14 series in China
Even though the game hasn't been released yet, users are already excited to try it out for themselves on their new iPhone 15 Pros. Now, we finally have a release date for Capcom's Resident Evil Village on the iPhone 15 Pro.
Apple is slowly working on turning the iPhone 15 Pro models into a gaming hub, looking at the performance of the A17 Pro chip and how it handles high-end titles. If you are a fan of the Resident Evil series, the upcoming version will entice you.
Resident Evil Village comes pre-installed on Reviewer's review devices, allowing reviews to test what the device is actually capable of. Until now, we still do not have detailed information about the official launch time of Resident Evil Village.
There has been information from Gematsu stating that Resident Evil Village will be available on iPhone 15 Pro starting October 30. Capcom has announced that the game will also be available on iPad on the same day.
In terms of price, Resident Evil Village will be available on iPhone 15 Pro models with a starting price of 4,990 Yen. In addition, in-game purchases can cost you another 2,007 Yen.
Resident Evil Village for iPhone 15 Pro will be launched with performance optimized for smartphones. Apple has set a limit of 30 FPS with HDR, allowing the device to deliver stable performance without stuttering and lag. On iPad, this game will only be available on iPad Air and iPad Pro with M1 chip or higher.
Resident Evil 4 is also in the works and has a release date set for later this year. Although exact details are unknown at this time, the game will be available on iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
Breaking records, iPhone 15 series sales increased by 254% compared to iPhone 14 series in China
According to JD Daojia, a delivery platform affiliated with JD.com, sales of new iPhone models in the first two hours increased by a staggering 253% compared to last year's iPhone 14 series.
What's even more attractive is that the number of orders from small cities increased sixfold. This shows that Apple's appeal is not only limited to the upper class but also spreads to many groups of ordinary users in China.
While Huawei is stirring up nationalist sentiment with the Mate 60 series, consumers like Li, a 21-year-old student in Beijing, remain loyal to Apple. For Li, iPhone 15 Pro Max is not just a regular smartphone but also a combination of sophisticated aesthetic beauty and advanced technology.
Another consumer, a 34-year-old film industry employee also named Li, was especially attracted to the new Titan frame of the iPhone 15 Pro Max. As a user of a variety of Apple products, Li sees no reason to switch allegiance to Huawei. This shows that brand loyalty and an integrated ecosystem continue to be Apple's strengths in keeping its user base intact.
Despite regulatory and competitive challenges, Apple has managed to not only maintain but significantly boost its momentum in the Chinese market. It's surprising, but let's see how Huawei shapes its future strategy for China.