YouTube’s ‘Evil News’ has shared a new comparison video between the remake and the original versions of Resident Evil 4. This new comparison is based on the game’s latest gameplay trailer.
I’ve also included below another comparison video from GameV. In this other comparison, we get to see Luis Serra rescuing Leon and Ashley. And, surprisingly enough, Capcom has censored that cut-scene. In the remake, Luis does not mention at all Ashley’s ballistics. So yeah, that kind of sucks.
Joking aside, these comparison videos will give you a glimpse at the changes that Capcom did to the game. They will also give you an idea of the graphical improvements you can expect from the remake.
Resident Evil 4 Remake will be a complete re-imagination of the 2005 game. The game’s storyline will be the same as the one from the original title. Thus, players can expect to be fighting the Ganados.
Capcom plans to release Resident Evil 4 Remake on March 24th, 2023. The game will also have Ray Tracing, and you can find here its PC system requirements. Furthermore, Capcom will be using the Denuvo anti-tamper tech.
Enjoy and stay tuned for more!
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