Resident Evil 4 Remake Arrives On PS5, Trailer Confirms

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Capcom announced during the Sony State of Play that a Resident Evil 4 remake will be launching on PS5 this 2023. There had been rumors of a remake in the past due to several leaks from Capcom. This is now confirmed to be true for Resident Evil 4 as they revive one of the best video games of all time.


Resident Evil 4 Remake

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The Resident Evil series has been around for years, and it is essentially one of the most loved games by fans. There is no wonder why a revitalization is needed – the game must follow the trend and keep enhancing its gameplay for a more immersive experience.


The game has been remade a lot of times in the past, with Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3 moving to new devices. Because the latest Resident Evil 4 is available on several modern platforms, like the VR on Oculus Quest 2, some fans question whether there is a need for a remake. They suggest that the Code: Veronica needs a better treatment.

More Platforms, More Players

Resident Evil 4 Remake

Capcom has revealed that the game will be available on PS5 on March of next year, while the PSVR 2 is still under development. In the trailer, Leon S. Kennedy dives into action again as he faces his greatest fears. On the game’s official Twitter account, Capcom confirmed that there will be PC and Xbox Series X/S versions dropping real soon.


The trailer showed Leon wandering off villages at the beginning, and the undead roaming Salazar Castle. There is also a hint of Ada Wong’s appearance, and Ashley is seen running through the mud for a brief second.

Now that Resident Evil 4 will be available on these platforms, fans will be expecting enhanced gameplay and video graphics, especially for the remake. The game will be released on March 24, 2023, for PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S.


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