Capcom Releases More Gameplay Footage of Resident Evil 2 Remake

Resident Evil 2 Remake

Capcom’s Resident Evil 2 Remake is coming in just over a month. This is the highly anticipated remake of the title with quite a bit of information been shared over the past months about the physical aspects of the game.

The remake team has just released a little footage of the Resident Evil 2 Remake, that showcases an unstoppable Tyrant in Mr.X and some other familiar faces like Ada Wong in action.

Capcom has also released a few screenshots and announced a new area to be included in the game called the Orphanage. Most of the details about the Orphanage are being kept silent, but the remake team did release a screenshot of the are in a tweet.

The first video features Leon who is attempting to survive the horrors of Racoon City:

The second video gives us an idea what its like to face an enemy called Tyrant. The video features Claire who has to put a halt to the unstoppable force. You also get a look at Sherry Birkin and the Orphanage Area.

Capcom is bringing the Resident Evil 2 Remake for the PlayStation 4, Xbox one, and PC and has said previously that the game will run at 30fps in 4k, and 60fps on PS4 Pro and Xbox One X, which should make the remastered version of the game look that much better.  The game takes its story roots from the original Resident Evil 2 that released almost two decades ago. The graphics, character design, camera angle and other many noticeable features have gone in total overhauling.

In October, Capcom also teased a couple of costumes for Clair and Leon that will be free if you buy the digital deluxe edition of the game. Click here to check out the character outfits.

Resident Evil 2 Remake will release on 25 January, 2019 and its file size will be around 21GB.

Are you excited to see the remake of Resident Evil 2? Let us know what you think of its gameplay. Post your comments below.

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