Sony’s recent State of Play was a particularly strong one, with plenty of exciting trailers and news. The first trailer shown was for a remake of Resident Evil 4, with Capcom announcing the latest of their high-quality overhauls in the beloved horror franchise. Resident Evil 4 is widely considered among the best entries in the series, with the 2005 title reportedly selling over 11 million copies since its release.
According to a press release and information from the recent Capcom showcase, the remake will preserve the essence of the original, while simultaneously looking to modernize the experience in their excellent RE engine. This change will result in much improved graphical fidelity, while the game will also undergo some tweaks to its story. Here’s what we know so far.