Resident Evil 4: Remake announced for release in 2023

The Resident Evil 4: Remake is one of the biggest announcements to have emerged from Sony’s State of Play broadcast and many people within the gaming community are very excited about it. After the Resident Evil 2 & 3 remakes came out in 2019-2020 people knew it was only a matter of time before Resident Evil 4 was going to be announced for near future. Resident Evil 4: Remake is set to be released next year for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and PC on March 24th. The trailer for the Resident Evil 4: Remake looked very impressive and it has been revealed that the PS5 version of the game will include PSVR 2 features. The game focuses on the main protagonist Leon Kennedy who is a special agent for the US federal government with the mission of rescuing the President’s daughter after she was kidnapped by a religious cult known as Los Iluminados. The cult is lead by the main antagonist Lord Osmund Saddler and the game features five different chapters along with various cutscenes along with top notch voice acing. Its been almost seventeen years since the original version of Resident Evil 4 was released on GameCube back in ’05 and the recent PS5 trailer of the game looks ten times better than the original. In fact, Resident Evil 4 is considered to be one of the best survival-horror video games of the 00’s decade and of the greatest titles that Capcom has ever produced. Resident Evil 2 from 2019 was highly successful and it managed to reach approximately 9.3 million sales while RE3 managed to reach around 4.6 million from 2020 onwards. While its likely that the Resident Evil 4: Remake will surpass RE3: Remake in terms of sales it will be interesting to see whether or not the game can rival the RE2: Remake as it pertains to popularity.

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