Capcom has released a new action-packed gameplay trailer for Resident Evil 4 as part of Sony’s State of Play. In addition, the return of the popular Mercenaries mode was confirmed and a demo for the Playstation was announced. An exact date has not yet been set.
As part of the State of Play on February 23, Sony released more exciting information about Capcom’s remake of Resident Evil 4. These include a brand new action-packed gameplay trailer, the return of Mercenaries mode, and the announcement of a demo version for Playstation 4 and 5 that will be available ahead of the March 24 release. There is no exact date yet. At the end of the trailer you only learn that it should appear shortly. The demo can probably be expected in the next few days and weeks. It is not yet known whether it will also be available for Xbox and PC.
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The new gameplay trailer shows, among other things, combat sequences with the protagonist Leon. Fans of the original will also enjoy the fight against Jack Krauser. In addition, it was announced in the run-up to the State of Play that the title will use ray tracing techniques and Denuvo will be used as anti-tamper software. In addition, Capcom leaked information about the planned VR mode, which should only appear after the official release.
The popular Mercenaries mode will also only be implemented via an update after the remake has been released. The Resident Evil 4 Remakeis said to be a complete re-development of the original game from 2005, according to Capcom. However, the plot of the remake will be identical to that of the original title. The player takes on the role of Leon Kennedy as he travels to a Spanish village controlled by a cult to rescue the US President’s daughter. The game will be available from March 24th for Playstation 4/5, Xbox Series X/S and PC.