New Resident Evil 4 Remake Announcement Turns The Game Into A Haunting Anime

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Credits: Disclosure / Capcom

Capcom Asia launched last Monday (20) a new promotional video for Resident Evil 4 Remake which makes the game quite a disturbing anime. Using the aesthetics of an animation made for children, the new series “Leon and the Mysterious Village” retells the events of the game that will hit stores soon.

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In Episode 1 available on YouTube, we see protagonist Leon S. Kennedy arriving in a small town in search of Ashley, the missing daughter of the President of the United States. In this bucolic place, he runs into several friendly locals who speak a language he simply doesn’t understand..

After some interactions with the inhabitants with suspiciously red eyes, the protagonist is “provided” with an ax blow to the head – just another part of his clumsy adventures. What makes Resident Evil 4’s animation especially haunting is the mix of happiness, innocence, and terror that it presents.

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The remake hits stores on March 24.

The remake of one of the most popular games in the Capcom series officially debuts on March 24 with versions available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S and PC. Despite keeping the structure of the original version almost unchanged, the game leaves out some content such as the complementary story Separate Paths.

Recent rumors indicate that the developer intends to make this a paid part of the title, along with other content it is already preparing. The company has already confirmed that Items like Mercenaries mode and the PSVR 2 version of the game will be available soonbut for free.

While the Resident Evil 4 remake isn’t hitting stores, fans of the series can now consult their official reviews, who have been very complimentary of its structure and gameplay. However, outlets like Digital Foundry point out that some gameplay issues remain, such as crosshair latency on the Xbox version and the slightly blurrier graphics offered by the PS5.

Resident Evil 4 Remake: the right dose of nostalgia and renewal
The game manages to keep the references, but sends the updates well

Source: PC Gamer

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