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Resident Evil Zero HD Remaster Releases in 2016 to All Major Platforms
Not long ago we were all pretty excited about Resident Evil HD Remaster, the title that reignited the love that series fans have had for the original game.
The game sold over one million copies, and probably that is the reason why the game developers figured that remastered versions of the old games was really a viable thing to do. We have now picked up word that Capcom is making Resident Evil Zero HD Remaster!
This is not the first time that we have heard of the project though. It was rumored back in 2014 that something like this might happen but those were only rumors back then. We now have the official word from the game makers.
Resident Evil Zero HD Remaster is being developed for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360; or in other words, for all the major platforms although sadly, they did miss out on one platform i.e. Wii U. Lets see how this sits among the series fans who use Nintendo.
Also, it has been confirmed by Capcom that they will release the game in early 2016.
Alongside the announcement, the developers have also shared three new screenshots. They feature Rebecca and Billy who are separately featured in two screenshots and then there is an in-game image showing off both of them in action.
Resident Evil games were originally created on Nintendo platforms, do you think that missing out on Wii U for the Resident Evil Zero HD Remaster is going to hurt a lot?