To play Resident Evil Village on an iPhone or iPad, you can now get it and use the MetalFX upscaling method. This is the best way to set it up so that it works perfectly.
Resident Evil Village is one of the first games that Apple put out for the new iPhone 15. Your new iPhone and iPad M1/M2 can both play it. Even though the game can be played right out of the box, you can change the graphics settings if you are having trouble. Here are some of the best ones to use.
Resident Evil Village on the iPhone 15 Pro is pretty much the same game as the MacOS version, which is something we talked about when he played it. It looks beautiful, but when all the graphics settings are turned up to the max, it slows down. Some tweaking is needed to play the game with less strict settings.
Resident Evil Village Best Settings On iPhones and iPad
This is how to set up your iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro/Max so that it crashes the least and works pretty well. The iPad usually works better, but you can use the same settings to get the most out of it.
- Screen Resolution: 1952×900 (or the native resolution of iPad)
- Frame Rate: 60
- MetalFX Upscaling: Quality
- Rendering Mode: Normal
- Image Quality: 1
- FidelityFX CAS: Off
- Anti-Aliasing: TAA
- Texture Quality: Medium
- Texture Filter Quality: High (ANISO x4)
- Mesh Quality: High
- Ambient Occlusion: FidelityFX CACAO
- Screen Space Reflections: Off
- Volumetric Lighting Quality: Low
- Subsurface Scattering: On
- Shadow Quality: Low
- Contact Shadows: On
- Shadow Cache: On
- Bloom: On
- Lens Flare: On
- Film Noise: Off
- Depth of Field: On
- Lens Distortion: Off
While you make these changes, keep an eye on the Graphics Memory. You can raise some of the visual settings if you want to, but be careful not to use too much graphics memory, as this can cause the computer to crash often.
The settings listed are the best for getting the most out of Resident Evil Village on an iPhone 15 or iPad if you are having crashes. The Resident Evil Village is now available on iPhone and iPad. It can be played on PCs, consoles, and Macs as well.