As we've discovered yesterday, Resident Evil 2 Remake is on its way to PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One on January 25, 2019 for $59.99. Although we don't have enough information about it, we do know that it will release first on PS4 on January 25th, and will come to other platforms at a later date. Given the new controls and camera, it sounds as if this could feel a lot like Resident Evil 4. Each will have their own separate playable campaigns, allowing gamers to experience the story from both characters' perspectives. They must work together to survive and get to the bottom of what is behind the terrifying attack. Leon S. Kennedy is a rookie cop who finds himself tied up in the madness of Raccoon City when he reports in for the world's worst first day on the job, while Claire Redfield is a street savvy college student who defies the danger of the city as she searches for her brother, Chris.
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North Korea, it concludes, can only "actively contribute to world peace and human wellbeing", by engaging with other nations. When asked upon landing in Singapore how he was feeling about the encounter, Trump gave a brief answer: "Very good".
If you happen to be in attendance at E3 this year, you can play a short demo of Resident Evil 2 at Capcom's booth in the South Hall. This is a full remake, with new, modern graphics.
Back in 2015, Capcom announced that they were working on a remake to 1998's Resident Evil 2 and that was the last we heard of it. until now, that is. With Capcom's proprietary RE Engine powering a new photorealistic style, the characters themselves appear sharper than ever and the grotesque hordes of zombies are brought to life with a horrifyingly realistic wet gore effect. That's a pretty quick turnaround for a game that just got its first trailer. They also revealed new details on how zombies will now actively be affected when damaged alone with more details on this reimagined version of Raccoon City.