Because “crooked” it to impossibility.
Recently, Capcom released a special update for Resident Evil 7, as well as for the “remakes” of Resident Evil 2 and 3, which adds support for ray tracing to the game. It immediately became clear that, in addition to its general inappropriateness, this update was “crooked” and was clearly released by Capcom without proper verification by the technical department. Users have been complaining about big performance issues, and today Capcom gave everyone the opportunity to rollback games to the state before the release of the patch.
To do this, you need to select the “Beta” tab in the properties of games in Steam, select “dx11_non-rt” and allow the system to reconfigure.
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As an added bonus, this rollback also returns games to be compatible with some mods that don’t work in the updated versions of Resident Evil 2, 3, and 7.