Those who do not have a dedicated graphics card on their PC or have a computer with few technical features can play Resident Evil 8: Village thanks to its good optimization.
Resident Evil 8: Village is already on sale worldwide for PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, Xbox One, Stadia and PC, and it seems that precisely on this last platform Capcom has done a good job of optimization: the new installment of its horror saga can run on computers with low technical specifications, even on those who do not have a dedicated graphics card.
The good news is that the latest release of Capcom can be played on such computers and with a pretty good execution: tests have been run on a computer with an AMD Ryzen 5 3400G processor (about $ 400) that allows you to play without problems up to 1080p, although from the medium recommend lowering the resolution to 720p to increase its fluidity.
On this computer, Resident Evil 8: Village can run at 1080p with an average framerate of 34 fps, although with occasional drops to 27 fps. On the other hand, if we reduce its resolution to 720p, we would lose some image quality to gain stability with a rate of 54 frames per second that drop occasionally to 43 fps. Obviously, with this configuration the game does not have ray-traced lighting, but the result seems to be quite decent.