Announced last month, we now have our first look at the Resident Evil Revelations remaster gameplay for both PS4 and Xbox One, highlighting the combat and exploration of the game.
Resident Evil Revelations remaster improves upon the original game which was released in 2012 for Nintendo 3DS. While the game doesn’t feature the 3D capabilities of 3DS handheld, it will boast high definition visuals and difficulty, similar to the HD release on PC, PS3, Xbox 360 and WiiU.
Resident Evil Revelations takes place between the events of Resident Evil 4 and Resident Evil 5 with players taking control of popular series characters Jill Valentine and Chris Redfield trying to stop a bioterrorism attack on Earth’s oceans.
The game was well received and considered by many to be a worthy addition to the franchise. It even went on to spawn a sequel, Resident Evil Revelations 2 which shook things up even further by adopting an episodic format and including co-op mode, although different than the one from Resident Evil 5.
While the owners of new generation consoles got to experience Resident Evil Revelations 2, this might be the first time a lot of them will be experiencing Resident Evil Revelations remaster.
At a time when Resident Evil fans started getting tired of the games, the Revelations series breathed new life into the franchise it seems like the developers are aware of this and have suggested they would like to continue making similar games.
Judging by this remaster and the recent reports of Code Veronica X also getting a release on PS4, it seems like Capcom is intent on delivering the classic Resident Evil experience to newer consoles which is a pretty good thing.
While the Code Veronica X remake is expected to release this month, Resident Evil Revelations remaster has no fixed date besides a Fall 2017 window. Hopefully more information will be revealed closer to E3 2017.