Fans of Resident Evil have had a lot to be thankful for throughout the years and now for Resident Evil 4 Remake. In their own ways, Biohazard and Village have returned the franchise to its horror roots. The Resident Evil 2 and 3 Remakes have been an excellent method to relive the glory days of the franchise while including modern enhancements. Alex Stadnik hosts the video, and Blake Hester, a Resident Evil 4 superfan, joins him to analyze every nuance of Capcom’s Resident Evil 4 Remake surprising reveal from the recent Sony State of Play.
Resident Evil 4 Remake Will Release Next Year
The boys go down the trailer scene by scene, revealing what they believe will change and what will remain the same. They also speculate on whether the remake will have a figure akin to Mr. X, Nemesis, or Lady D rather than a simple one-to-one reproduction.
Finally, they talk about whether or not the Resident Evil 4 Remake game will be delayed, as well as how excited they are to see Leon return. With a new emphasis on action and a redesigned “behind-the-shoulder” camera perspective to replace the creaky third-person aesthetics, the 2005 original signaled a significant shift of direction for the Resident Evil franchise.
Following the half-hour event, a report on Sony’s blog stated that the remake will keep the game’s essence while “re-imagining” the plot, upgrading the aesthetics, and updating the controls. Augmented reality features for the PlayStation VR headset was also promised in the game’s teaser. The release date has been set for March 24, 2023.
There were also a few new titles that piqued interests. Thriller set in space With its emphasis on panicked space travelers being torn apart by gloopy creatures, The Callisto Protocol resembles Dead Space. It’s the first game from Striking Distance Studios, which was founded by Glen Schofield, the Dead Space series’ co-creator. It will be released on December 2.