Capcom revealed months ago that Resident Evil 5 and Resident Evil 6 will finally arrive on Switch and at the same time mentioned that users can purchase them in a package with Resident Evil 4. If you still do not decide to buy these versions or want to try them before, this is excellent news, because the demos of these titles are now available on the Nintendo eShop.
To download them, just go to the Nintendo store and search them manually if they do not appear as featured. It is important to mention that the progress you get in these trial versions cannot be transferred to the complete editions, in case you get them. If you are interested in any of the demos of these 2 titles, we leave you the links below.
You should also keep in mind that you will need a good free space to install the complete games, as RE5 will weigh 18.6 GB, while RE6 will be 17.5 GB in size. Both games will have support for the TV mode and the portable function of the hybrid console, as will the Table top mode.
RE5 will feature multiplayer for up to 4 users; RE6, meanwhile, will allow you to play with up to 5 more people. If you decide to buy the physical edition, we remind you that the box will only include Resident Evil 4 in a cartridge, and you will have to download the other 2 deliveries.
If, on the other hand, you only want to purchase the 2 new games, then you should know that each one will be priced at $29.99 on the Nintendo eShop. In addition, if you have one of the franchise titles available on Nintendo Switch, you can preorder Resident Evil 5 and Resident Evil 6 with a 33% discount.
We leave you with promotional trailers below.
I remind you that Resident Evil 5, Resident Evil 6, and the Evil Triple Pack will be available on October 29 on Nintendo Switch.
In other news, Project Resistance, the next installment of Resident Evil, will be a multiplayer game focused on online. This has disappointed part of the fans of the franchise who expected a traditional style title. Fortunately, Capcom planned the game to satisfy all Resident Evil fans.
Masachika Kawata, producer of the game, revealed important information about the new installment on the PlayStation Blog, including details about its game modes. Kawata confirmed many players wanted that Project Resistance will not be completely an online title. The creative assured that they prepared an offline mode that will be focused on the narrative.
On the other hand, the creative denied that Project Resistance is a kind of remake of Outbreak, a multiplayer game that debuted for PlayStation 2. Kawata commented that the new installment shares some elements with Outbreak, but the focus of Project Resistance will be different.
Project Resistance is currently in development for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.