Let's re-edition Capcom's cult horror story with in-game pictures that depict the Ramon Salazar Castle while breathing a sigh of relief.
The dark-colored journey to live with Leon Kennedy will be restored to the screen with even greater visceral and immersive experiences thanks to the numerous modifications promised by Japanese developers to improve gameplay mechanics and erect a graphic scaffolding that limits photorealization.
Leon's followers will have to investigate environments embellished with a hyper-realistic lighting system, which will give them a darker and more frightening outlook in the battle against Los Illuminados.
We recall that the Resident Evil 4 remake will be released on PC, PS4, and Xbox Series X/S on March 24. Do you want to know more about Capcom's graphics, playful, and narrative improvements? On these pages you will find our special on the news of the Resident Evil 4 remake.