The Resident Evil 4 remake has been rumored for quite some time, but its release date was finally announced. Capcom released a new gameplay video showing the first few minutes of the game in action. It’s not clear how much work is left to be done before it comes out, or what platform will host this iteration of classic horror story with modern graphics and mechanics.

The “re4 remake” is a game that was recently announced. The new footage shows some of the gameplay for this upcoming game.

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During their most recent Summer Games Fest 2022 display, Capcom unveiled a fresh look at the Resident Evil 4 remake. The first portion of the clip confirms the release date of March 24, 2023, which was previously confirmed by the developer on June 2 at Sony’s State of Play. Some of the film, meanwhile, showcases brand-new gameplay that wasn’t shown at the State of Play. 

Director Yasuhiro Anpo of Resident Evil 4 and producer Yoshiaki Hirabayashi of RE4 both stated that this is a remake of the original release. Resident Evil 4 is being developed with the intention of staying as close to that version of the game as possible while simultaneously modernizing it, much as Capcom did with the remakes of Resident Evil 2 and RE3.

The Ganado’s appearance and design have been altered by the designers to make them seem more horrific in order to better portray the concepts of madness and dread. The RE4 remake will be in third person and feature an over-the-shoulder viewpoint, much like the previous series remakes and the mainline originals. 

The gameplay begins at 2:06 and depicts Leon in a dark woodland navigating through fog and mist to reach an open iron gate in a stone wall. Before the picture fades and he is shown crawling behind a fallen tree and walking toward a dilapidated home, he lifts his sidearm to aim at something.

That’s pretty much it. Even if it’s brief and doesn’t reveal much, it’s something! Resident Evil 4 will be available on PS5, Xbox Series X|S, PC, and Capcom has confirmed that PSVR2 content is also being developed for the game. 

A release date for Resident Evil RE:Verse as well as news of Resident Evil Village DLC and Gold Edition, new-gen upgrades for three RE titles, and an expanded, albeit hilariously short, sneak peek are all announced at the same time.

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