The hype is real, Resident Evil 2 remake was announced at E3 which has made everyone go crazy as it looks quite impressive and brings us back to one of the best games in the Resident Evil series.
Everyone has been excited about the game but Nintendo Switch users will not be anymore as Capcom has revealed they have no plans for Switch version anytime soon.
At E3, GamingBolt talked to Mike Lunn who’s the brand manager of Capcom, he was asked about the possibility of Nintendo Switch version of the game after being confirmed for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
Mike Lunn replied by saying “No, not at this time. We just wanted to focus on PS4, Xbox One, and PC at the moment.” That’s a clear answer and is enough to calm down the Nintendo Switch users who have been interested in a Switch version of the game.
Currently, there are no plans for the Nintendo Switch version of the game but we can expect Capcom to release it later just like they did with the Resident Evil 7. Keeping in mind Capcom was the one who made Nintendo increase the system ram so they can run games on it by using their RE engine.
Obviously, there’s a possibility but due to the recent release of Resident Evil 7 as a cloud game on Switch tells us that it’s not easy. Capcom will require a lot of work to do prevent the issues faced by Resident Evil 7 on the console and also the exclusivity for the people in Japan which has to change.
Resident Evil 2 remake looks amazing and you can take a look at 4k gameplay here by Capcom which shows u the huge improvements made to the game after all these years.
Also, there is no zapping system in the game, instead it will feature two different campaigns for Leon and Claire. Resident Evil 2 remake will release on 25 January 2019 for PS4, Xbox One and PC.