Yesterday Capcom shared some more details on Resident Evil: Revelations 2, which will be an episodic release with the first part set to launch in early 2015. Now we've got a follow-up in the form of the first trailer after the jump.
Capcom recently made Resident Evil: Revelations 2 official, and earlier today we got a follow-up with more details on the upcoming sequel. Revelations 2 will be split across four episodes to be released weekly starting in early 2015. Hit the jump for more.
Thanks to the November issue of GamesMaster Magazine, new details have surfaced regarding Resident Evil: Revelations 2, including the fact that Claire Redfield and Barry Burton's daughter Moira Burton will be playable leads! Hit the jump for more.
Hinted at in recent leaks, Resident Evil: Revelations 2 has officially been confirmed. Capcom is holding off on further info, but for now the sequel is planned for release on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC in early 2015. Hit the jump for a concept teaser and more.
A possible followup to Resident Evil: Revelations has been hinted at before, and French site Gamer in a Box unearthed something even more enticing. A cover image for Biohazard Revelations 2 was spotted at Xbox.com along with some environmental art, both of which you can see after the jump.
A couple weeks ago we posted about two new DLC characters coming to the console and PC version of Resident Evil: Revelations: Rachael Ooze and Lady Hunk. They'll both be available on June 11 for $2.99/240 MS Points each, and now you can see how they handle in a fresh pair of trailers after the jump.
The dark secrets of the Queen Zenobia resurface for another round of horror and herb-mixing, as Resident Evil: Revelations makes its way to PCs and HD consoles! Is this former 3DS exclusive worth it for console players, or should you steer clear of this port? Hit the jump for our full review!
Now that the console and PC port of Resident Evil: Revelations is available in North America, it's time to look forward to some DLC! In addition to some weapon packs, Capcom plans to add two new playable characters to Raid Mode: Rachael Ooze and Lady Hunk. Pics and more past the break.
A couple weeks ago Capcom announced an upcoming demo for the console and PC version of Resident Evil: Revelations, with the promise that it would arrive "soon." Now that vague release date has been updated with the more concrete destination of May 14. More after the jump.
Here's a good reason to fire up that Wii U. As you may know, the version of Resident Evil: Revelations on Nintendo's console sports some special features, and now Capcom has a trailer to show the various additions that make it unique. Check it out after the jump.
What happens when a virus isn't contained? Hideous, horrifying mutations, of course! The second Resident Evil: Revelations developer diary video looks at some of those, with plenty of insight from the game's creators. Check it out after the jump.
Capcom is hyping up a collaboration with Dragon Ash, which has the rock group making a music video tie-in with Resident Evil: Revelations. The special video for their song "Trigger" will debut in May, featuring snippets of Revelations footage throughout, and you can see a preview of it all after the jump.
Resident Evil: Revelations was seen by many as a return to what made the survival horror franchise special in the first place. In the first part of a new developer diary series, the team behind Revelations explains how they tapped into that without being derivative, and respected the series' heritage. Peep the clip past the jump!
This is mostly for those of you who never got a chance to play Resident Evil: Revelations on Nintendo 3DS. If you have your eye on the upcoming console and PC port, you'll be able to give it a spin before it hits stores, because Capcom announced that a demo is scheduled to arrive soon. Read on for more.