Capcom shows two new videos of Resident Evil 4 in its remastered version for Xbox One and PlayStation 4, which will go on sale on August 30.
Capcom has released two new videos showing eight minutes of gameplay of Resident Evil 4 for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The re-release of the game for current generation consoles will be available from August 30 in Europe, exclusively in digital format, while in North America the title will also be published in boxed version.
In the first of the videos we will be able to see the initial part of the game, with Leon exploring the village square. In the second video, the castle is presented and accompanies us Ashley, the daughter of US president that we must rescue in this mission.
Resident Evil 4 adapts the original version to 1080p resolution and 60 frames per second. It includes content with the story of Ada Wong – parallel to the major occurrence -, the Mercenaries mode, the appearances and unlockable weapons.
Resident Evil 4 was released on GameCube in 2005, becoming a success in its commitment with terror action packed. It was also released on PS2, PC, Wii, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
In the past, the team of Capcom had already released some offshoot of the Resident Evil series in the form of remastered versions again for the current generation of consoles. Next week they will republish again the classic Resident Evil 4 which is ultimately their yet another title.
Recall that Resident Evil 4 will come on next-generation platforms on 30 August 2016.