The lights are on
Capcom has announced that it's re-releasing Resident Evil 4 onto PC, in what the company is calling the ultimate HD version of the game. The game, which will be available at the end of February, will run at 60 FPS for the first time.
Capcom says visual improvements include sharpened text and texture upgrades on environments, characters, and other in-game objects. It's also been optimized for widescreen displays.
Players who preorder the game on Steam will get access to a 60-track soundtrack and a digital artbook. The game will unlock when it's released February 28.
Resident Evil 4 was remade as Resident Evil 4 HD on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 and released in 2011. The game was originally released on the GameCube back in 2005.
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Still have it on Gamecube if I want to drag it out and plug it up. Don't see the need to buy it again.
Hopefully they fixed the porting issues.
Eh...I'll pick it up during a Steam sale. I've beaten this game so many times that I'm in no hurry. Have to add it to my PC RE collection though lol.
I sure would love to see the Resident Evil Archives and Resident Evil 4 ported to the Wii U. HD and off screen play sound like a perfect mix.
Best Resident Evil ever in my opinion, loved this game. I downloaded it off PSN and still play it.
RE4 is hands down the best and last really good RE game. Even though I have the PS3, 360, and my original GameCube copy of the game, I may get this on PC, just to see what it would be like to play as Leon at 60 fps.
Capcom: Squeezing out your hard earned cash one frame per second.
How about you restore the series to some semblance of respectability instead of resting on your laurels you *** clowns.