Resident Evil PS5 updates have a secret weapon, and it has nothing to do with Umbrella

Resident Evil PS5 updates have a secret weapon, and it has nothing to do with Umbrella

The Resident Evil 2 PS5 remake update and its Resident Evil 3 counterpart are the extension of an ongoing trend. As most recently illustrated The Last of Us: Part 1 – the full remake of Last of Us that PS5 players will welcome later this year – nostalgia in the horror genre is popular. So popular, in fact, that you may have seen me heralding the current influx of throwback scares like the golden age of horror remakes. Which is not a controversial take. Resident Evil 4 is being remade from scratch. Just like Dead Space, Layers of Fear and System Shock. There are even rumors that Silent Hill 2 was remade some 21 years after its first arrival. And of course, Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3 have already been brought up to modern standards in recent years.

Better yet, the 2019 and 2020 remakes of RE2 and RE3 have now received a new makeover, with enlarged versions now available on PS5 and Xbox Series X consoles. At no charge to existing owners, the games now feature 4K resolution. , ray tracing, higher frame rates, and 3D audio. If you’re gaming on older hardware, you can also expect haptic feedback via its DualSense controller. And that, to me, is the real star of these revived horror shows.

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