On Monday, June 13, Capcom held its Capcom Showcase 2022 as part of this year’s Summer Game Fest. Half-hour presentation offered updates on previously announced Capcom video gameWhat exoprimal, Capcom Fighting Collection, Dragon’s Dogmaand of course, demonic resident. The studio had plenty of announcements about upcoming demonic resident projects: here is a summary of RE content at Capcom Showcase 2022.
‘Resident Evil Re:Verse’ release date is set for October 28
Resident Evil Re:Verse was supposed to throw together Resident Evil 8: Village in May 2021. However, the multiplayer game experienced several delays so that Capcom could continue working on it. Now, as Capcom Showcase 2022 revealed, Resident Evil Re:Verse will launch with from town DLC on October 28. Reverse takes a different approach than others demonic resident games in which it is a battle to the death of six people between several demonic resident characters.
‘Resident Evil Village’ DLC Gets 3 New Features and Release Date
The showcase also included an in-depth look at the Resident Evil Village DLC, called Winters’ Expansion. The expansion comes with three distinctive features: For starters, it adds a third-person perspective, so players have the option to switch from the standard first-person. What PlayStation Blog he notes, this will allow players to “see Ethan as he takes on his enemies.”
Next up is a new mode called The Mercenaries: Additional Orders. This “arcade-like action shooter experience” adds a few playable characters with unique abilities, including nine-foot-tall Alcina Dimitrescu. Chris Redfield and Karl Heisenberg also appear as playable characters.
Finally, it wouldn’t be an expansion without a new story: Shadow of Rose. The story follows Ethan’s daughter, Rosemary Winters, and takes place 16 years later. from town main campaign. Rose is “wrestling with terrifying powers” and “enters the consciousness of the Megamycete” to find answers. The showcase included a trailer for the DLC, as well as some Shadow of Rose footage.
Resident Evil Village: Winters’ Expansion arrives on October 28. Fans can purchase the DLC separately or as part of the Resident Evil Village Gold Edition, which also includes Resident Evil Re:Verse. The Gold Edition will be available on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Steam and Google Stadia.
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Next-gen updates for 3 ‘Resident Evil’ games are now available
fans of the demonic resident series now have the opportunity to play older games on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S. Capcom Showcase 2022 revealed that next-gen updates are available for 2017 Resident Evil 72019 resident evil 2 Remake and 2020 Resident Evil 3 Redo. These updates include ray tracing, 4K support, 3D audio, and high frame rates.
‘Resident Evil 4’ Remake Gets New Gameplay Trailer
Lastly, Capcom Showcase 2022 included a new gameplay trailer for Resident Evil 4 Redo. The short video provides a recap of the story, which takes place in Raccoon City six years after the events of the previous remakes. Leon S. Kennedy, who survived the “Raccoon City Incident”, now works as an agent for the President of the United States. He must head to Europe to rescue the president’s daughter.
The trailer also showed a “complete redesign” of the game’s enemies, known as cattle.
“The experience of being attacked by hordes of crazed cattle is truly an iconic moment of demonic resident”, said director Yasuhiro Anpo.
The clip showed scenes of Leon in a spooky forest as he surveys the dangers ahead. Capcom promised to share more details about Resident Evil 4 Remake later. But for now, there is a release date: March 24, 2023.
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