Capcom’s Resident Evil Revelations will release for current generation consoles on August 29th.
The critically acclaimed survival horror title features fan favourites Jill Valentine and Chris Redfield as they set out to investigate the “abandoned” Queen Zenobia cruise ship.
The updated version of the game set to launch has made some improvements on its predecessor. The game is set to run at a 1920×1080 resolution. In addition, Capcom have noted that the ‘remaster’ should also run at a higher frame rate and include notable improvements on environmental and movement features.
The entirety of Revelations DLC will be included in this version as standard, which means that fans will not be expected to buy additional season passes or content in order to complete any of the game.
Online is also back in the refreshed model. Returning in the form of “Raid Mode”, which pits two players against hoards of incoming enemies. Attempting to keep “Raid Mode” fresh, Capcom have taken the decision to add a few new features. This includes; new powerful weapons and an advanced spawning mechanism for enemy NPC’s which should help to make each round that little more challenging.
Unfortunately, for Switch fans, no such release date has been confirmed. A Nintendo Switch release for both Resident Evil: Revelations and Resident Evil 2, which features series veterans Claire Redfield and Barry Burton is in the pipework, but these won’t be available until late 2017.
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