It’s emerged that a new Resident Evil remake game is in the works, and though gamers might not be thrilled at the possibility of a Resident Evil 4 Remake, multiple sources are now reporting on its supposed existence.
The latest leaks on the as-of-yet-unannounced game come courtesy of industry insider and leaker @AestheticGamer1, who has tweeted some new info about what we can expect from RE4 Remake.
According to the user, who has correctly leaked RE-related news in the past, the game is still “two plus years away,” with Resident Evil 8 set to launch before.
The leaker has also taken the time to encourage gamers to pass their feedback to Capcom, specifically regarding RE3 Remake and RE 4 Remake.
They tweeted: “RE4’s [development] is impacted by how RE3 is received as that game is still a couple years away, as well as the title that gets greenlit after RE8 is finished. It won’t affect RE8 much, but that’s a very different game anyways…
“Capcom do actually listen to feedback, more than many think they do, and many games in the series have made HUGE changes in the last year and a half of development, sometimes from past games receptions.”
The tweets come in response to Capcom’s request for constructive feedback on its most-recent RE releases: RE 3 and its online multplayer mode, RE Resistance.
Meanwhile, a number of people are supporting a Resident Evil: Code Veronica remake over RE 4, which really isn’t a bad idea at all.
Resident Evil 4 is one of the best games you can play, period. Available on pretty much every console that’s ever existed, RE 4 is a masterclass in horror and action, the likes of which Capcom has struggled to get right ever since. Capcom is going to have one heck of a job on its hands with remaking this one…
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