The Resident Evil 4 remake is one of the most anticipated titles of the upcoming season. Still, the return of Leon S. Kennedy will also see the addition of features absent from the original version. The remake of the fourth chapter of the survival horror series seems to have several improvements over the original version. But what has been revealed in the past few hours will make you upset that it’s just around the corner. Check out the complete details below.
Resident Evil 4 New information about the remake will appear before the game’s release in March 2023. Capcom producer Yoshiaki Hirabayashi revealed that the company intends to release more information about the remake shortly. In his customary Famitsu aspirations column, he added that the game is complete. The team is working hard to make it a highly finished product. Thanks, Famitsu.
Hirabayashi did not reveal what content will be released, but Capcom continues to release bits and pieces of information about the remake. The biographies of the two characters, as well as character visualizations and characters. Encodes related to that storyline, including Ashley Graham, Leon S. Kennedy, and Luis Serra.
While Capcom released an expanded sequel to the October 2022 remake of “Resident Evil 4.” It also released an opening shot. This included a look at how combat will be handled in the film, the advancing weapon, the attaché case, and Leon’s new ability to parry Dr. Salvador’s chainsaw. It also revealed how Luis Serra would appear in the game for the first time, followed by an updated character for the Ashleys. However, Capcom has yet to reveal Jack Krauser, a key antagonist in the film.
The “Resident Evil 4” remake will be released on March 24, 2023, on Steam for PS4, PS5, Xbox, and PC.