Capcom’s Resident Evil 4 remake will arrive on March 24, 2023

Capcom brings a Resident Evil 4 remake and reveals content for PSVR2.

The Resident Evil 4 remake has been rumored for a long time and is eagerly awaited, of course, by fans of the popular Capcom series. The project is already in place and this game will be released on PS5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC via Steam on March 24, 2023. The studio revealed a trailer to accompany this announcement during the recent PlayStation State of Play event.

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Thus, this remake will be a remake of the original game released in 2005 that featured Leon S. Kennedy and President Ashley Graham’s daughter. And of course, the hordes of wounded and murderous villagers.

“We want the game to be familiar to fans of the series while bringing something new to it,” a Capcom producer explained on the PlayStation Blog. “Today this is done by reimagining the game’s plot while retaining the essence of its making, updating the graphics and updating the controls.”

It reveals the content of PSVR2

Capcom also took advantage of this great event to tease out some content from Resident Evil 4 made specifically for the PlayStation VR 2, the new version of Sony’s console virtual reality headset.

In addition to this highly anticipated new release, Capcom is the PSVR2 version of Resident Evil: Village, the latest game in the franchise. The first trailer features scenes from the game’s early sections, focusing on everyone’s favorite character, the great vampire Alcina Dimitrescu.

The PSVR2 version of Resident Evil: Village will feature the full PS5 version of the game. Capcom and Sony teamed up to bring Resident Evil 7 to VR in 2017 and that format seems to be working well for them and gamers alike.

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We don’t yet have a release date for the Sony PSVR2 headset, nor a Resident Evil: Village DLC release date that the studio promised a year ago. patience !

Frank Mccarthy

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