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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How many times can you re-release a game as HD? Jaysus.
Im picking this game up no question about it
If the game looks as good as revelations on PC, then I will gladly replay this game since the time I played it on PS2.
Why is everything about graphics now?
I am more than happy with how the original release looked on the GameCube....
Screenshots are way too bright for Resident Evil game, even if it isn't one of the survival horror ones...
hmm. tempting, I might say.
Omg Capcom, RE4 has probably been re-released more than all street fighters combined now... -_____- I guess I'll get this game though anyways x(
If they can make enough off of this to make RE2 again I'm all for it. I haven't played RE4 in years and a decent price point would make this reasonable.
The game is almost 10 years old and it still looks good.
My fav Resident Evil with Steam Achievements! Should be fun to play through it all over again.
Wonderful. Already played a while ago on Wii, but haven't tried it in HD yet, so this is on my list.