Resident Evil 4 Remake: Capcom wants to “break with expectations”

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It will be out later this month remake of Resident Evil 4. While fans of Capcom cult games eagerly waiting for the new edition Game director Yokiashi Hirobayashi in an interview new details blurted out.

Resident Evil 4 Remake is designed to surprise

Speaking to Play Magazine, Yokiashi Hirobayashi revealed how Capcom is surprise playersbut at the same time the Roots of the survival horror game from 2005 wants to remain faithful.

“We want the game to feel fresh and familiar at the same time. Our goal is to “break” with expectations in the best possible way while respecting the original game.”according to Hirobayashi.

What remains and what is new?

As we already know, for example, the Quick Time Events. In addition to the revamped design, the Storyline including the dialogues completely revised. In addition, there will be changes in the Escort missions with Ashley give.

“While there are still elements where you traverse the game as a couple, what really differs is how you deal with just controlling Leon. They also present a different form of challenge.”

From now on, Ashley can be better controlled thanks to instructions. ©Capcom

It was precisely these sections that received a lot of criticism at the time, since the Missions can be quite annoying at times could become. That should change with the innovations change in the futureas Hirobayashi goes on to say:

“I think with Ashley being so much more believable as an individual character, players will be able to enjoy those passages a lot more.”

Since the “Resident Evil 4 Remake” stay close to the original should, nothing was changed on the framework of the game itself. For example, the less popular island section remain.

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Regarding Level design and game mechanics however, a lot has happened. That’s how it should be steering on the recent remakes of Resident Evil 2 and 3 orientate. Although you have worked hard on it “to reproduce the feeling of the original”but Hirobayashi also notes:

“It took a lot of trial and error to find the right balance like the original game did.”

Thus we have an impression of what we are from March 24th expected and yet Capcom still shines a few surprises in store to have that fans of “Resident Evil 4” just don’t expect. All information about Preorder and the different editions we have already summarized for you.