Resident Evil 4 Remake and Resident Evil Village releases for iPhone 15 Pro this year

Both games will run natively via the A17 Pro chip.

Capcom just announced that they will release the Resident Evil 4 remake and Resident Evil Village for iPhone 15 Pro later this year, with both games running natively on the upcoming smartphone via the A17 Pro chip.

Here’s what Apple has to say regarding their new 17 Pro chip:

Bringing pro performance and capabilities, iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max are powered by A17 Pro, the industry’s first 3-nanometer chip.

Continuing Apple’s leadership in smartphone silicon, A17 Pro brings improvements to the entire chip, including the biggest GPU redesign in Apple’s history. The new CPU is up to 10 percent faster with microarchitectural and design improvements, and the Neural Engine is now up to 2x faster, powering features like autocorrect and Personal Voice in iOS 17.

The pro-class GPU is up to 20 percent faster and unlocks entirely new experiences, featuring a new 6-core design that increases peak performance and energy efficiency. Now with hardware-accelerated ray tracing—which is 4x faster than software-based ray tracing—iPhone 15 Pro offers smoother graphics, as well as more immersive AR applications and gaming experiences.

iPhone 15 Pro brings true-to-life gaming to the palm of users’ hands with console titles never before seen on a smartphone.


For those still on the fence on playing these two titles, check out our reviews for the game:

Resident Evil 4 Remake

The 2023 remake of Resident Evil 4 checks all the right boxes, and then some. In my humble opinion, if you felt like RE2 deviated a bit from the original, and RE3 left too much out, then this remake has exactly what you’re looking for. Hopefully, Capcom keeps this kind of consistency if they’re planning to remake Code Veronica–or even Outbreak. Fingers crossed.

Resident Evil Village

If RE7 Biohazard was a return to the series’ horror roots, Resident Evil Village feels like a culmination of the series’ best moments. The game nicely combines the horror elements of RE7 with the fun action of RE4, making for a compelling game to play, both for long-time series fans and newcomers alike. Even though it can be seen as a fusion of the two highlight RE games, Village does have its own identity, thanks in large part to its beautiful, horrific, and well-designed world that’s inhabited by some of the series’ most memorable foes to date. Sure, Village could use some improvements in certain story aspects and boss fights, but overall, Village is a must-play for anyone looking for a thrilling horror ride.


Resident Evil 4 Remake is currently available for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PlayStation 4, and PC via Steam.

Resident Evil Village is currently available for PlaySTtaion4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, Xbox One, and PC via Steam. A Cloud Version is also available for the Nintendo Switch.



Resident Evil 4 (2023) Review | The Remake We Deserve

Resident Evil Village Review | A Thrilling Horror Funhouse