Resident Evil, Resident Evil 0 and Resident Evil 4 Will Come To Nintendo Switch in 2019

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Capcom has announced that the original Resident Evil, Resident Evil 0 and Resident Evil 4 will now come on Nintendo Switch in 2019. All three games are already available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC and other platforms.

This was announced officially at Capcom USA Twitter account.

No further news is announced so far but we will hear soon more about the resolution, frames per second and graphics information in coming months.

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Playing all three games on Nintendo Switch will be a fresh experience. The handheld portability in Nintendo Switch with remake graphics and resolution will recreate a different experience in all three Resident Evil games.

We currently do not have any information on what resolution all three games will run. But we expect that all three games to run at a minimum of 720p in handheld mode at 1080p on docked mode.

There maybe few unique features for all three Resident Evil games. We know the Nintendo Switch controller has brought exclusive motion features to other games also. We expect something similar in all three Resident Evil games.

In another news, Ushiro a horror role playing game set in the modern day Japan, was previously announced for PlayStation Portable. The game was cancelled later on and now it is revealed that the game will release on Nintendo Switch.

This was revealed officially by Japanese developer; Level-5. Currently, there is no information on the release date of the game.

Ushiro in Japanese translates to the word “behind”, as in there is a ghost behind you. The game features a suicidal school girl who makes a contract with a ghost. In the contract agreement, the girl gets one wish from the ghost in exchange for her life. The game was expected to have 3D exploration set in Tokyo and turn based battles.

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