If the Resident Evil license had experienced a big void in terms of popularity before the release of Village, everything has started again. Moreover, the most popular old episodes have been remade for some time. This is how Resident Evil 4 Remake is shaping up. In this article, find out everything you need to know about it!
Resident Evil 4 Remake: A release date, but co-op
Let’s start with the release date of this Resident Evil 4 Remake if you don’t know it yet. The good news is that it’s only a matter of weeks before you can enjoy it, with the game landing on March 24. As for the platforms, you’ll be able to play it on PC, PS4, PS and Xbox Series!
Want to get an idea before you buy? This will be quite possible, because as for many games currently released a demo is planned. Based on what is being done, you should be able to start the game and go back to where you left off. For the moment, no release date has been announced for this Resident Evil 4 Remake demo.
However, it can be expected to be announced in a few days. Finally, note that the game will not offer multiplayer, or even cooperation. If these features were absent from the basic game, mods had added them later. Although these mods convinced the fans, Capcom did not want to turn them into a feature in this Resident Evil 4 Remake!
Two DLC already planned!
Finally, let’s conclude by talking about the future of the game. Because if the release date is known, Capcom already has plans for the future of the game. Indeed, no less than 2 DLC are planned for the sequel! For example, a few days ago we were telling you about the VR version of Resident Evil 4 Remake that has been announced. This will arrive via a DLC that will be free, but whose date has not yet been announced.
But this won’t be the only DLC in the game. Indeed, the Mercenary mode should also arrive after the release of the game. As for the VR DLC, it would be free. As for the Mercenary mode, you are propelled into more and more complicated levels, which you will have to get through in a limited time. A mode already present on several games of the license.