Resident Evil 4 Remake: How the Classic Survival Horror Game Could Be Revived with Side Quests and Faithful Gameplay
One of the main releases of the games in 2023, Resident Evil 4 Remake will be, apparently, a very faithful rereading to the original 2005 title and more reliable to the source material than Resident Evil 2 and Resident 3 remakes, released in
2019 and 2020, respectively.
Resident Evil 4 will be the cover of Game Informer’s edition 353, and the first information released by the vehicle points out that the game will seek to reproduce the main content of Survival Horror in 2005, but with some changes.
The game, for example, will not have Quick Time Events and will include side quests, a beast to use in combat and new enemies.
Game informer subscriber, the Twitter user Shinobi062 summarized some of the contents that will be in the game.
In addition to the news already mentioned, RE 4 Remake will also allow Leon to carry multiple knives at the same time, as they will be disposable after being used a few times, will count and will have ashley being triggered in missions with the R3 button (PS4 and PS5
) or RS (Xbox Series).
The user also revealed that some parts of the game were reproduced completely faithful to the original game, having as its sole difference the obvious visual improvement of the game.
Resident Evil 4 Remake arrives on March 24, 2023, for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and S, PC and PlayStation 4. Like the latest franchise games, the game will have a graphic engine with Regine, used by Cap com since Resident