‘Resident Evil 4’ remake gameplay shows tense but familiar action

It’s now clearer how Capcom will handle this Resident Evil 4 make new. Both a story trailer from Capcom and a gameplay preview from IGN show that the developer isn’t messing with the core mechanics of the 2005 classic, even as the horror mounts. While the rerun is certainly scarier (especially in cutscenes), the frantic action of the original is RE4 appears to be intact. You fight hordes of infected villagers who won’t hesitate to gut you with a chainsaw or pitchfork.

The remake still revolves around agent Leon Kennedy’s mission to rescue the US President’s daughter, Ashley Graham, from a Spanish village controlled by a parasite-worshipping cult. As you can imagine, however, the plan quickly goes awry. Just don’t expect a repeat. While RE4With the over-the-shoulder perspective and other mechanics still in place (with current controls), Capcom has emphasized that the development team is “reinventing” elements of the storyline.

That Resident Evil 4 Remake will be released on March 24, 2023 for PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X/S and PC (via Steam). PlayStation VR2 owners will receive special content when this headset arrives. This might not be as big an overhaul as previous games in the series (those were major gameplay reinventions), but it’s still important. RE4 was popular in part because it represented a major shift for the franchise, both in terms of game systems and storyline. The revamp needs to strike a balance between appreciating that sharp turn and acknowledging that player expectations have changed 17 years later.

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