The remake of “Resident Evil 4” is coming out next year, and Capcom showed off a great new gameplay trailer for it.
The video game business is excited about more than just the remake of Silent Hill 2. In fact, another popular horror series is about to give us a completely new version of the second part of its series. We’re talking about Resident Evil 4, of course. During the last digital event that Capcom held, they showed us a great new trailer for the game. At least in terms of how it looks, it’s clear that it will be as good as the most recent remakes of the saga.
This time, yes, the trailer that was released has both movie-like scenes and a lot of gameplay footage. From the Japanese company, they expect to hear that their goal is to use current technologies to make the best product possible. But he wants to do more than just make a big jump. Capcom also plans to make changes to the game’s playable level.
Yoshiaki Hirabayashi, who is in charge of the remake of Resident Evil 4, said that the AI has been greatly improved. So, we will have enemies whose moves and choices will really make things hard for us. You can expect zombies to try to get around you, for example. But the main character of the adventure, Leon Kennedy, will also get some news that will help him deal with the situation. The most important one might have to do with close combat, since you can now use a knife to block an attack or even a chainsaw to stop an attack.
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Resident Evil 4 remake trailer
In Resident Evil 4, Capcom makes it clear that they want players to be able to choose and improve their own style of play. To help with all of these things, we will see the Merchants again. They will give us a wide range of weapons and tools to help us get through. We should also mention that this character will give us a set of challenges that, if we complete them, will earn us rewards.
“The Merchant will sell you new weapons and upgrades for the right price, and those who are willing to take on some extra tasks and challenges will get gems as a reward.”
In order to stay true to the original game and the series as a whole, the remake of Resident Evil 4 will put a lot of emphasis on inventory. To keep people happy, you will have to make sure you use your resources in the right way.
“Like in the original game, you’ll only have a certain number of inventory slots, so you’ll have to decide what’s most important for your survival.”
Resident Evil 4 will be out on March 24, 2023, on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC, unless something unexpected comes up.