Resident Evil 2 remake debuts at Sony’s E3 show

Resident Evil 2 remake debuts at Sony’s E3 show

The mouse is crawling around what appears to be a room in the Raccoon City Police Station, where someone was eating pizza and playing video games before the zombie outbreak.

As a 19-year-old Ellie takes centre stage for The Last of Us: Part II, Naughty Dog managed to surprise fans by presenting E3 with its first prominently featured gay kiss. Resident Evil 2 is the fourth best-selling game in the franchise with cumulative sales of almost five million units. They must work together to survive and get to the bottom of what is behind the terrifying attack.

Capcom's Resident Evil 2 remake is set to land on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on January 25, 2019. Horror fans need no fret, however, the Resident Evil 2 Remake has you covered.

It's hard to describe just how much work seems to have gone into this remake; they've created photorealistic models from the ground up and will even have a few new surprises in terms of level design. Capcom has also modernized the controls, which should make it considerably easier to play than the original title.

Like the original found on the first iteration of the PlayStation, players will have the option of choosing to play between Leon S. Kennedy and Claire Redfield.

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Face the grotesque hordes - Zombies are brought to life with a horrifyingly realistic wet gore effect as they react in real time taking instant visible damage, making every bullet count.

There was very little pure gameplay footage but it did confirm that the remake uses an over-the-shoulder camera view similar to Resident Evil 4 (and 5 and 6) and not the first person view from the more recent Resident Evil 7.

Step into the rookie shoes of both heroes - Enjoy separately playable campaigns for both Leon and Claire, allowing players to see the story from both characters' perspective.

Capcom in the summer of 2015 greenlit a remake of Resident Evil 2.

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