Resident Evil 4 is a survival horror game developed and published by Capcom.
It is a ground-up remake of the 2005 game of the same name.
One of the greatest games ever made gets one of the greatest remakes ever made.
Here's everything you need to know about Capcom's upcoming survival horror remake.
Starting up the Resident Evil 4 demo has a random chance to let you play its Mad Chainsaw difficulty mode.
The survival horror remake's demo will let players experience the opening village encounter, and unlike past Resident Evil demos, will have no time limit.
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Twitter users have spotted an ad for the demo on Twitch, which seems to have prematurely gone live before Capcom's showcase on March 9th.
Producer Hirabayashi Yoshiaki confirmed seeing "everyone's reaction" to the rain effects and promised "adjustments" at launch.
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The alternate reality game hopes to offer up some backstory leading into the events of Resident Evil 4.
Capcom's highly anticipated survival horror remake is launching for Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and PC on March 24.
Capcom's long-awaited remake arrives on March 24th for Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5 and PC. Here's how it differs from the 2005 original.
While various sections in the remake's Salazar Castle have their changes and new mechanics, they're faithful to the original game overall.
"It took a lot of trial and error to get the balance right, as was the case with the original game," says producer Yokiashi Hirobayashi.
The 26-minute livestream will feature Resident Evil 4, Exoprimal, Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective, Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak and more.
Ramon Salazar, the Merchant's abode, and the Berserker are showcased ahead of the game's launch on March 24th for consoles and PC.
"Our approach was, 'could we make the horror elements of the original scarier?'" says co-director Yasuhiro Ampo.
Directors Yasuhiro Ampo and Kazunori Kadoi speak about a couple of new gameplay mechanics that will help change the flow of combat in the upcoming remake.
A new trailer offers glimpses at several scenes and locations fans of the original game will find very familiar. The remake is out next month.
Capcom has yet to offer any details on what exactly the remake's PlayStation VR2-exclusive content will entail or when it will launch.
Directors Yasuhiro Ampo and Kazunori Kadoi also confirm that the remake boasts a larger village section, while the island section has been redesigned.
The RE4 remake development team wanted to provide players with more options, leading to new paths and stealth mechanics.
The development team's ideas for how to recreate the boss fight for the remake led to the creation of the mechanic.
A prominent Resident Evil insider has claimed that though Capcom's upcoming remake remains true to the original, it also makes significant changes to some parts.
The walkthrough showcases plenty of combat and several locations from Chapter 5 of the upcoming survival horror remake.
Resident Evil 4 remake directors directors Yasuhiro Ampo and Kazunori Kadoi talk about Ashley, and tweaking her character for both story and gameplay.
Art director Hirofumi Nakaoka also talks about the process of redesigning iconic characters for the remake, including protagonist Leon S. Kennedy.
The crazed cow-headed hammer-wielding villager will be a terrifying new threat locking horns with Leon in the remake.
Capcom will allegedly host media events for both games soon, which means new details on both will be arriving in the near future.
The remake releases on March 24th for Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5 and PC and features new enemies and weapons, side quests, and more.
As part of Game Informer's cover story for this month, the survival horror title will receive new gameplay footage and details.
As of the end of September, Capcom has sold 29.1 million copies of games, and is expecting that number to rise to 40 million by the end of March.
Capcom's highly anticipated survival horror remake is due out for PlayStation 4 and 5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC in March.
It also seems like Ashley Graham is being played by Nicole Tompkins, who portrayed Jill Valentine in the Resident Evil 3 remake.
Leaker AestheticGamer reported that there were "definitely implications" of a press event for the survival horror title last month.
The three major sections of the survival horror shooter – the village, the castle, and the island – will all be present in the remake as well.
Capcom's survival horror remake is due out for PlayStation 5 and 4, Xbox Series X/S, and PC in late March.
Capcom has dropped a sizeable chunk of new details on the highly-anticipated remake.
The development team looked at "what people thought was good" with the Resident Evil 2 and 3 remakes, and what "could've been done better."
Next year's Resident Evil 4 will be Capcom's third Resident Evil remake in four years, but it doesn't look like Code - Veronica is next in line just yet.
Minimum and recommended requirements for the upcoming remake are almost exactly the same as they were for last year's Resident Evil Village.
Those who purchase either edition will receive numerous in-game outfits, weapons, and the option to swap the soundtrack with the original game.
A new story trailer has also been released, which showcases new looks for classic characters like Ada Wong, Ashley Graham, Luis Sera, and more.
Capcom's upcoming Resident Evil showcase is apparently going to be a packed one, at a runtime of just over 57 minutes.
Capcom is all set to show off some new things for Resident Evil, having announced a Resident Evil showcase just seven days before the launch of Shadows of Rose for Resident Evil Village.
Recently announced for PS4, Capcom's remake of the classic survival horror may also launch for Xbox One, as per a new listing.
The survival horror remake will also launch for PS4 in addition to current-gen platforms. Capcom has also announced a new Resident Evil Showcase.
Hopefully the upcoming remake will take plenty of cues from its predecessors in terms of both what to do and what not to do.
Here's some of the changes we're hoping to see in the upcoming RE4 remake.
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As you'd expect from a remake of a nearly two-decade old game, the upcoming Resident Evil 4 has made some huge leaps over the original.
Capcom has shown off Resident Evil 4's creepy and atmospheric locales, while also releasing some gorgeous new screenshots.
The recently revealed remake could get some more extensive gameplay footage at the showcase, which is scheduled for June 13th, 3 PM PT.
The company confirms that it will be showcasing already-announced games during its upcoming Capcom Showcase livestream.
Dutch Instagram model Ella Freya confirms she's lending her likeness for Ashley Graham in the upcoming survival horror remake.
The often-leaked ground-up remake of Resident Evil 4 has been officially announced, and support for PSVR2 has also been confirmed.
A new report has potentially revealed details on the rumoured Resident Evil 4 remake's development and some of the changes it makes from the original game.
Legendary director Shinji Mikami hopes that the rumoured remake of his beloved 2005 horror shooter will make improvements to the story.
DC Douglas, known for voicing Albert Wesker, allegedly broke NDA and shared concept art for the rumoured Resident Evil 4 remake, before then deleting his Twitter account.
The latest PlayStation marketing ad has hints of the Resident Evil 4 Remake, alongside another hint for a revival of Sly Cooper.
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