Capcom released some new details for its upcoming Resident Evil shooter Umbrella Corps, confirming it for a May digital launch on PlayStation 4 and PC. First up, you can check out a new preview of the game in action after the jump.
Fourteen years after its release on the Gamecube, Resident Evil 0 is reborn on current-gen hardware, sporting remastered graphics, a playable Albert Wesker, and optional revamped controls! But is it enough to warrant digging up this classic game's grave, or would Capcom have done well to let Rebecca Chambers and Billy Coen rest in peace? Drag your sorry corpse over the jump to find out in our full review!
Anyone who wants to experience the partner-swapping, inventory-managing madness of Resident Evil 0 can now do so in HD on Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PC. The digital version is available for $19.99, or you can get it as part of the Resident Evil Origins Collection on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, which includes the HD Resident Evil, for $39.99. Launch trailer after the jump.
Resident Evil's 20th anniversary is coming up in 2016, as is the remastered release of Resident Evil 0. Thus we have the perfect opportunity to look back at the series' history, and Capcom has us covered with a pair of "The History of Resident Evil in Under 5 Minutes" videos. Hit the jump for more.
Famitsu shared a new preview of Resident Evil 0, focusing exclusively on the new Wesker Mode that fittingly puts you in the boots of Albert Wesker. Watch six minutes of the villain busting out his unique moves after the jump.
Digital pre-orders went live for the remastered version of Resident Evil 0 this week, so Capcom announced the official release date along with info on pre-order bonus costumes for Rebecca and Billy. Resident Evil 0 hits PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC on January 19, 2016 for $19.99. Hit tge jump for more.
It seems Capcom had to clear up some mild confusion about the upcoming Resident Evil 2 remake following a statement from its investor report. An English version, which appears to have been updated since, previously had the report calling it a "remaster," but Capcom confirmed that the new Resident Evil 2 is actually a "full from the ground up remake." More after the jump.