In exactly one month, Resident Evil 4: Remake will make its debut, and then we’ll be able to watch a lengthy gameplay demonstration of Capcom‘s new video game. It would appear that Japanese people have a high level of self-confidence.
Because updated entries in the Resident Evil series generate a significant amount of attention, Capcom is encouraging the creation of a Resident Evil 4 Remake. This week, the developers of the cult horror game announced a great deal of new content that will be included in the updated edition of the game, and we even got a sneak peek at a whole new monster.
Now it’s time for a lengthy gameplay that could convince some players to pre-order Resident Evil 4 Remake because the game seems appealing – although, once again, some players are likely to grumble about the quality of the rain.
The Resident Evil 4 Remake was at first planned to be made available only on next-generation gaming consoles. However, the developers ultimately decided to investigate the possibility of creating a game for older platforms, and it is expected that the title will eventually also be made available on the PlayStation 4. On the other hand, we have every reason to believe that every one of these moments is taken from the very finest version of the film.
The first version of Resident Evil 4 was released to the public in 2005, and the game was well-received by both game journalists and players. The game currently has an average score of 96%.