Resident Evil 4 Remake has finally arrived on store shelves, starting today, bringing back a great classic but in a modern key.
The remake of the fourth episode of the Capcom survival horror series (which you can find on Amazon at a very attractive price) in fact offers a large number of new features compared to the game that came out years ago on Nintendo GameCube.
In our review of the game, in fact, we told you that «the delicate operation – due to the importance of the game in question – succeeds perfectly and gives new light to a timeless masterpiece, which boasts numerous improvements and eliminate those out of place elements that have lost their polish over time“.
Now, after comparing all the editions of the game available for PlayStation platforms, a fan has decided to compare the remake with the original game, bringing out all the differences in the case.
As Wccftech also reported, Capcom’s Resident Evil 4 remake was released today, and a new comparison video shows how good the game is, especially when compared to the original title.
After the excellent remakes of Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3, the Japanese publisher has performed another small miracle: but how does the graphics of the remake differ from that of the 2005 original?
The well-known “ElAnalistsDebits” has published a direct comparison between the original game and the recently available remake: find the video just below, in the dedicated player.
Based on the video, it can be seen that Capcom has created a remake that differs substantially from the original game, both for the mere technical issue and for what concerns the enemy design. p>
Even the settings have been completely rewritten from scratch, considering that we can talk about a game that takes only some gameplay mechanics from the original and – obviously – the main plot. All right, in short.
Speaking again of the game, Capcom wanted to remind us that the “The Mercenaries” mode is also on the way in the form of free DLC, currently not present in the remake.
But that’s not all: the third episode of the fun anime that transformed action horror into a project clearly inspired by animated series such as Heidi. was recently released online.
Finally, it seems that the PS5 version of RE4 Remake suffers from a technical bug, which Capcom explains how to temporarily fix.