One of the largest complaints revolving around Resident Evil 6 has been the camera view. The camera seemed to focus so closely on the camera that it was often time impossible to see what was directly in front of the character. This was maddening to most players and the most common criticism on this game that was quickly proving it to be a disappointment to its biggest fans.
Since the launch of Resident Evil 6, the game has sold more than enough copies. Even though Capcom has made a lot of money off this game they are not ignoring their fans reaction to the title. Capcom hears your pain and because of the complaints they are releasing an optional camera adjustment option in a patch said to hit in mid-December.
A new blog post from Capcom explains, “If you felt the camera was pulled in too tight, you will soon be able to zoom out a bit and see more of the surrounding area. Again, this will be optional, so if you prefer the current look, it’s still available.”
When this patch hits this December it will be accompanied by the free Ada Wong cooperative partner option as well as No Hope difficulty. Even though there may have been some slight mistakes of critical issues with Resident Evil 6, Capcom refuses to let their fans down. When a game company tries to fix something that the players didn’t like it proves they care and for that Capcom gets the widest respect.