Written by Laurent P. Posted on Jun 3, 2022 at 10:43 pm
On the occasion of the PlayStation State of Play conference, which took place on the night of June 2-3, 2022, Capcom revealed the first trailer for the Resident Evil 4 remake, and released a date at the same time. . We are evaluating!
2023 will be the year vampire ! Capcom It was revealed, on the occasion of the last PlayStation State of Play conference that took place on the night of June 2-3, 2022, the first trailer for Resident Evil 4 Remake. The program is, as its name suggests, a remake of the game that was released in 2005. An announcement was made just before that for the release PSVR2 From Resident Evil VillageAnd put zombies and other monsters in center stage.
Program also took the opportunity to reveal its release date! Meet on March 24, 2023 to revive Kennedy’s adventures, to saveAshley GrahamDaughter of the President of the United States. As for the trailer, this doesn’t show us much: we see Ashley running in the woods, monks from a cult luminous Kennedy is looking for the girl.
A game that should be a little different from the one released in 2005: “This time, we are developing the game with the aim of offering an exceptional level of quality up to what we can expect from survival horror in the year 2023, while maintaining the essence of the original game.‘, he explains Edvin Edsouchez . promotion product Capcomon me PlayStation Blog. To follow up:We want fans of the series to rediscover what made the game so successful, while infusing it with fresh and new elements.finally:Desire that involves rewriting the story while retaining its main plot, updating graphics, and updating controls to adapt to current standards“.
Note that in addition to the game, there is additional content for PSVR2 Also under development. The good news that should bring more to the experience. Meanwhile, we’re back again to Resident Evil VillageReleased in May 2021.
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