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The mythical Capcom game that was the turn to the action of the series will also have a remake by M-Two, the people in charge of Resident Evil 3 Remake.
Capcom is already preparing the remake of Resident Evil 4, with an estimated release date of 2022, as reported by the media VGC. The British website that has previously shown to have good contacts within the industry ensures that it has received this information from various sources and that those responsible for its development would be M-Two, the study in charge of the recent Resident Evil 3 Remake.
This Osaka-based studio is led by Tatsuya Minami and made up of several ex-Capcom and PlatinumGames, and its name comes from the fact that they originally unsuccessfully attempted to recruit Shinji Mikami, (M-Two: Minami-Mikami), the creator of the Resident Evil saga and director of the fourth installment. Apparently, they also tried to direct me to this remake, but although this will not be the case, he could have given the approval to the project or even have some advisory role.
If all these rumours appeared in the last days are true, Resident Evil 8 will launch next year, in 2021, while Resident Evil 4 Remake would arrive in 2022, curiously both set in a village and with certain somewhat transgressive ideas within the saga, away from the classic zombies.
This would be the game that rumours appeared a few days ago, that said that Capcom was preparing another great remake, but it was neither Resident Evil Code: Veronica nor Dino Crisis.
Resident Evil 4 was initially released in March 2005 for the Nintendo GameCube and a few months later for PS2, and was a before and after in the series, with a decided turn towards the most intense and spectacular action, which was then continued by subsequent installments. , since it was a complete sales success. Critically acclaimed, today it remains the highest-rated game in Capcom’s history, and it not only changed the saga forever but also the genre of third-person action itself, in details such as camera placement, that set the trend.
It was a technical and playable prodigy at the time, which has been reissued on countless platforms since then and can be played in remastered versions on current platforms, keeping much of its charm intact. Unlike the old Resident Evil 2 and 3, which had a lot of room for improvement and updating when turning them into contemporary games, it will be interesting to see how Capcom faces this remake , which can be quite a challenge for its managers , since the bar of the original game is still very high.
While we wait to know the future of the saga, you can now enjoy Resident Evil 3 Remake, which launched a few days ago on PS4, Xbox One and PC, and which is again a spectacular update of the PlayStation classic that launched 20 years ago.