Capcom is getting ready to kick off the episodic horror of Resident Evil: Revelations 2 on February 17 in North America and February 18 in Europe. While we wait for the first part to arrive, you can dig into the game's opening cinematic after the jump.
In addition to PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC, Resident Evil: Revelations 2 will be coming to Sony's portable. Capcom announced a PS Vita version, which is in the works courtesy of SCEA's Third Party Production team and scheduled for a spring 2015 release. More after the jump.
Earlier today Capcom set a western release date for the HD remaster of the Resident Evil remake, which hits consoles and PC in North America and Europe on January 20, 2015. Video and more after the jump.
After all four episodes of Resident Evil: Revelations 2 debut, Capcom will be releasing the full game in a retail package. Japan is getting a limited edition version, which includes a 3-CD soundtrack, 64-page concept guide, and two in-game items, all in a special package.
Capcom busted out some details on Resident Evil: Revelations 2, including the launch date for each episode and the full European retail release to follow. But first we have a new trailer formally welcoming Resident Evil legend Barry Burton back into the action after the jump.
Following up on some gameplay clips uploaded to the official Resident Evil: Revelations 2 website, Capcom has a couple more that play around with the sequel's basics. See some co-op action after the jump.
In addition to a couple slider-enhanced comparison screens that pit the 2002 GameCube Resident Evil remake against its upcoming HD remaster, Capcom released a handful of new screens showcasing the 2015 version. See the latest after the jump.
Popular Resident Evil protagonist Claire Redfield continues her journey in Resident Evil: Revelations 2, and Capcom pulled aside key members of the game's development team to discuss where she is now as a character, where they'll be taking her next, and more. Hit the jump to watch that and three gameplay clips.
Halloween is almost upon us, so what better time for Capcom to unleash the second trailer for the HD remaster of the Resident Evil remake? See some of the new features that accompany the cleaned-up visuals—including updated control options, aspect ratio, new voices, and more—after the jump.
Back in August we posted about a production company called Mance Media that was reportedly developing a TV series based on Capcom's Resident Evil franchise. While it's unclear if this is connected, Variety reports that Constantin is producing a TV series spin-off of the Resident Evil movies. Hit the jump for more.