Resident Evil: Code Veronica PlayStation 4 has been rated on the German USK website. It means that Capcom might be porting the game (or its HD remaster) to the best-selling console in the USA last month.
Will Capcom discuss the question? Stay-tuned in order to know more about Resident Evil: Code Veronica PlayStation 4.
Resident Evil: Code Veronica is a survival horror video game developed by Capcom. It is the fourth installment in the main Resident Evil series and was originally released for the Dreamcast in 2000, being the first Resident Evil video game to debut on a non-Sony console.
The game’s plot follows Claire Redfield and her brother Chris, and Steve Burnside trying to survive to an outbreak both in the Southern Ocean and in Antarctica.
Code Veronica keeps the elements that have made the series famous such as puzzles and guns, using for the first time ever real-time 3D environments and camera movement, contrary to what happened in the past chapters that had pre-rendered backgrounds and a static camera.
Resident Evil: Code Veronica has received critical acclaim, and is considered to be one of the best games of all time that was ever released for Dreamcast. An enhanced version called “Code Veronica X” launched on PlayStation 2 and Dreamcast in 2001, while PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 have received an HD remaster in 2011.
For what concerns other Resident Evil games, do you remember the Chris Redfield identity question in Resident Evil 7?
At the end of the game, the main character meets a character named Redfield who, however, is very different in terms of appearance from the old Chris we’ve seen in chapter 5 and 6. Many people thought he was a copy or an alter ego, but that’s not the case.
Capcom has recently broken the silence, claiming that the Chris seen in Resident Evil 7 is the real one. He’s different because the studio has changed his look in order to make him be more consistent with the game’s style and engine.