Resident Evil 4 Remake is shown at the Capcom showcase with an extended trailer

The environment in Resident Evil 4 Remake is shown.

last night, the capcom storefront It slowly descended into the Resident Evil showcase as it became RE ad after RE ad. We have a Village DLC on the way, Re:Verse, next-gen patches for RE 2, 3, and 7, and finally, a Resident Evil 4 Remake is coming March 24, 2023.

After revealing what Resident Evil Village Winters’ Expansion would include, director Yasuhiro Ampo and producer Yoshiaki Harabayashi took the stage to discuss what was also on everyone’s mind, Resident Evil 4 Remake.

Resident Evil 4’s environment has been truly revamped.

The development team has every intention of trying to build on the 2005 classic in the remake, with the aim of amplifying feelings of loneliness and fear of enemies brainwashed by fanaticism. Following this, it was revealed that we can expect to be able to play this remake starting on March 24, 2023, and then we were given an incredibly brief glimpse of the remake via a short two-minute trailer.

With that said, this short trailer was more than enough to get a lot of enthusiastic fans drooling out of their mouths; some of them drooling over the fact that you no longer need to stand still to shoot, and others ogling Leon Kennedy (some of them me). You can see the changes in combat below at about 1:45, via IGN, and well, you can see Leon for most of the trailer.

The Resident Evil 4 Remake extended trailer was accompanied by words from the minds behind the series.

Being able to move around while shooting might not seem that innovative in 2022, but this is a big deal for Resident Evil 4 Remake, considering that trying to shoot in the classic game would require more strategy than my monkey brain can handle. On the other hand, the trailer showed off new environments and character models that looked nothing short of amazing.

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The trailer mainly focused on Leon Kennedy, really focusing on what Capcom has done with the RE Engine to improve the appearance of everything and everyone. However, Leon also looks a bit more gaunt than before, but this is all for a good reason; Leon Kennedy wouldn’t have the fresh face of a baby given what he’s been through, and the Remake will reflect that.

Leon S. Kennedy, in the remake of Resident Evil 4.
Leon looks a bit rough around the edges in Resident Evil 4 Remake, but in a good way.

Via PlayStation Blog Earlier this month, it was revealed that The Resident Evil 4 Remake featured a reimagining of the story, while also trying to preserve the essence of the original game. It was also said that it would modernize the graphics and update the controls, which we have seen to some extent.

However, when it comes to reinventing the narrative, Capcom has left us to our imaginations for now. A Reddit user recently noted a similarity between the RE4 Remake trailer and Village, leading fans to think that the remake may come close to the most recent installment in the series.

Time will only tell, and Resident Evil 4 Remake releases on March 24, 2023. Though the devs also promised we’d get more news before then, so we’ve got that and Resident Evil Village DLC to help us in the at least while. so much.