Resident Evil 7 joins Microsoft's ambitious Play Anywhere program for PCs and Xbox One

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Capcom's Resident Evil 7: Biohazard still has a little less than a week to go before release, but it's already proving to be a trailblazing game--at least on the technology side. It was one of the initial games named to the PlayStation VR catalog back in October, and now Microsoft says the anticipated horror game will be the first major third-party title to support Xbox Play Anywhere. Microsoft's Xbox chief Phil Spencer recently confirmed the news on Twitter. Gamers who just can't decide on the superiority of the console vs. PC can bounce between the two, taking their Resident Evil 7 game saves with them--as long as they buy the game from Microsoft, that is. Buying it for Xbox One will also unlock the game on PCs, and vice-versa.