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Resident Evil 4 HD Project Comparative Screenshots Show Major Improvements Over the Original Game
For several months, a couple of modders have been working on Resident Evil 4 HD Project which aims at reworking all the textures of the survival-horror game on PC – the game initially released back in 2007 and contains textures from the PS2 version.
The recent update shows off the last two rooms of the Castle: 22a and 22c which include Escaping the Tower and the Target Practice Mini Game areas.
We have also provided comparative screenshots below which show lots of minor 3D adjustments, flipped 3D model, and some minor tweaks.
The creators have also stated that they are leaving the castle area and moving to the island after which they will revisit the castle and village area which was the first part of the mod and can be found here.
For more information, head over to RE4HD official website.
For now, there is no release date announced for the new textures for 22a and 22c of the Castle, but we will keep you updated as soon as we hear anything.
In related Resident Evil news, Resident Evil Zero HD remake has received a 40-minute long gameplay demonstration from Capcom Unity. Head over to the post to check it out!
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