Resident Evil 2 is not just an enhanced version of the original game and Capcom has released some comparison screenshots showing how the original game and upcoming Resident Evil 2 Remake differ from each other. Just wow, yes that’s the first word that will come to your mind when you will see them below.
These new screenshots show attention to detail and how everything is changed keeping the original game in mind.
The game has been completely polished and just by looking at the image above, you will see how far we come and we are closer than ever to our characters in the game.
Though they have reimagined everything, it’s amazing how everything looks better than ever while sticking to the original source material. Just look at how the gun shop has evolved and also how it reminds us of the original.
How can we forget Ada Wong, she’s back and you can see her amazing transformation in the picture above as looks completely stunning now. Though we are expecting Capcom to allow us to play more as her this time in Resident Evil 2 Remake.
We don’t know about you but we are definitely impressed by the work done by Capcom. Yoshiaki Hirabayashi and Tsuyoshi Kanda have already made it clear that Resident Evil 2 Remake will offer a brand new experience.
Capcom has really worked hard on improving the visuals of the game by making it look like a movie now and it’s been done great as we can see. Visual improvements have been done for everything in the game ranging from little elements, locations to reactions of zombies, characters and more.
Capcom has also scanned each character in the game and if you are interested, check out the real faces behind characters like Leon and Claire. We assure you that you will be stunned at the resemblance because it is so real.
Also, Resident Evil 2 Remake will feature two different campaigns allowing you to play as Clair and Leon. Capcom has dropped the old zapping system because it caused some repetition according to Yoshiaki Hirabayashi.
Resident Evil 2 Remake will make its way to the stores worldwide on 25th January 2019 for Xbox One, PS4 and PC.