The remake of Resident Evil 4 will bring plot surprises

The remake of Resident Evil 4 will bring plot surprises ...

The PlayStation Store's official Resident Evil 4 remake page has been revamped to inform fans of the series of story surprises. Capcom has a lot of experience with Resident Evil remakes, constantly creating graphically stunning titles that modernize classic survival horror titles for the latest consoles.

The upcoming Resident Evil 4 remake will be the same, while bringing the story back to life as previously. However, beyond these subtle changes, fans may be in for some surprises.

The Resident Evil 4 remake's PlayStation Store page contains some interesting information, including a new description. "It's a fresh twist that would surprise even serious gamers of the original game," according to a new note.

The Resident Evil 4 remake's dog that Leon can save was already killed in the remake. Leon's first encounter with the infected villager at the very beginning also happened differently. There will also be other changes, though, which will not be revealed until the game launches.

The Resident Evil 4 Remake release date has been set for the end of March, so fans will have to wait a couple more months to play the game themselves. However, what happens in these locations and how the story ends might be different from what fans remember. On the other hand, maybe the changes to the plot will be less dramatic and less noticeable.

Fans of the horror franchise have plenty of reasons to look forward to the remake of Resident Evil 4.

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