The remake is also available now on Xbox Series X/S, PS5, PS4 and PC. It's received extensive critical acclaim thus far.
Leon and Ashley think they have an escape with the Old Man, but he's revealed to be the infamous Chainsaw Man (burlap sack and all).
The PS4 version is a 30.938 GB download, while the PS5 version is 58.038 GB in size. The game is out on March 24th worldwide.
The animated parody series continues with Leon's continuous attempts to rescue Ashley causing mounting injuries (and bandages).
The first episode sees Leon running around, searching for Ashley, and dying to hostile villagers. The remake launches on March 24th.
Known leaker AestheticGamer says the side campaign is "more fleshed out than the original" and could probably release later this year.
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.
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.
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.