On March 24th, 2023, a remake of Resident Evil 4 will be released for the PlayStation 5, Xbox One X/S, and PC, bringing the action-adventure game to modern platforms.
Capcom also claims that the game will include support for PlayStation VR’s next generation.
One of the most well-known installments in the Resident Evil series is Resident Evil 4. It not only gave a new lease on life to an ailing series, but it also changed the third-person action-adventure genre.
There’s a reason it’s been ported to almost every platform since it first came out.
We’ll have to wait until next year for the release of RE4, as revealed by the release teaser shown during the PlayStation State of Play. The release date for the remake has been announced for March 24, 2023.
The remake will stay true to Leon’s plot while allowing for just enough growth to give new and returning players a taste of the game. Capcom has made a point of sticking to the survival horror elements that made the first game so popular.
Resident Evil 4 Remake platforms
Resident Evil 4 Remake will be available for PlayStation 5, Xbox One S|X, and PC through Steam. As a result, it will not be available on PS4 or Xbox One.
The remake of Resident Evil 4 has been causing a lot of buzzes.
New content is also in the pipeline for PS VR2 for scary levels of immersion. It’s unclear what exactly this will involve. We’re sure it’ll be the most terrifying way to play RE4, whether it’s the entire game or just a portion of it in VR.
The Resident Evil 4 remake has been in work since 2018, according to DuskGolem, a well-known Resident Evil leaker.
When it comes to all things Resident Evil, DuskGolem is typically correct, thus it’s understandable why so many people believe him.
Resident Evil 4 Remake, according to DuskGolem, will be different from the original and will be situated in a “semi-open setting.”
He also stated that the game’s merchant and chainsaw-wielding foe will play a larger role in the game. Players of Resident Evil Village may recall the Duke making a reference to his Resident Evil 4 counterpart.
It’s also possible that Ganado, or Doctor Salvador in official art, will take on a stalking role.
This would be a fantastic and horrifying way to reintroduce the character, bringing him closer to Mr. X, Nemesis, and Lady Dimitrescu. On Reddit, a detailed breakdown of these breaches can be found here.
During the infamous Capcom breach last year, assets for a Resident Evil 4 remake were leaked onto the internet. Some of these included early-game photos of the village.
These, however, appear to have been removed after Capcom pounced on them. This is understandable given that the photographs were taken illegally, but it is nonetheless proof of the game’s existence.
The official Resident Evil page tweeted the number “4” with the words “Itchy. Tasty” earlier this summer.
This will be familiar to long-time fans as the closing passage from the Keepers Diary in RE1, in which a character discusses his own T-Virus mutation.
RE4 remake art purportedly shared by Wesker voice actor
D.C. Douglas, who is most known for his role as Albert Wesker in Resident Evil 5, has shared photographs of his character from the Resident Evil 4 remake with fans.
Twitter user BewareCreepyVAs took a screenshot of the image and subsequently shared it online. VGC was the source of the original narrative.
The guy in the image appears to be a remodelled Albert Wesker and is said to be from the remake’s Separate Ways chapter.
Separate Ways had Ada Wong attempting to obtain a sample of the Las Plagas parasite for Wesker in the original Resident Evil 4. The chapter will almost certainly be included in the remake, and the artwork suggests that Wesker will have a larger part.
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