The model on Game Pass seems nearer to a remaster than a easy port job.
The Evil Within was launched in 2014, and was the final sport that Resident Evil Creator Shinji Mikami has directed. The sport was an fascinating horror title, one which took the over the shoulder perspective made well-known by Mikami’s earlier Resident Evil 4 to create a extra brutal and scary sport with a fractured story. It can also be now below the Microsoft Umbrella because of the current buy of Bethesda and was one of many first patch of Bethesda titles dropped at Game Pass. However, the sport was additionally notorious for having a variety of technical points throughout the board, although it appears on PC, this will have been fastened unexpectedly.
A speedrunner for the sport, Jigsaw_Killer, posted on his YouTube that the model of the sport now out there on Xbox Game Pass PC shouldn’t be the identical because the earlier Steam PC model. In reality, it appears to have improved rather a lot. Not solely do they are saying it runs a lot smoother, it additionally has a number of new choices, reminiscent of a primary individual mode, FOV slider, new icons for sneaking and utilizing torches Low/Medium choices for Camera Bob and stamina performance has been tweaked.
There has been nothing official mentioned about this, so it’s unclear if that is going to be unique to the Xbox Game Pass PC model or will ultimately this model might be ported over to the Steam model or consoles.