Capcom has announced that Resident Evil: Revelations will show up on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in North America on August 31 for $19.99.
Released for prevous-gen consoles in 2012, PlayStation Resident Evil: Revelations tells the entwining accounts of Jill Valentine and Chris Redfield between Resident Evil 4 and Resident Evil 5, portraying the occasions that occurred soon after the foundation of the counter-psychological oppression bunch BSAA. The game is parted into two primary segments: controlling Jill and Parker Luciani (her new accomplice) as they look for Chris and Jessica Sherawat (his new accomplice) at their most recent area, the a journey transport called the Queen Zenobia, and controlling Chris and Jessica as they advance toward the Zenobia (its a significant plot point). Jill’s part plays more like a conventional Resident Evil, while Chris’ segment is suggestive of the activity situated ongoing interaction promoted by Resident Evil 5. All through the game players will experience murder, interest and a mind-boggling measure of shocking creatures.
Since this game was for more seasoned consoles, Capcom got some margin to refresh the illustrations to match the force of the PS4 and Xbox One, setting the game at a goal of 1080p. The individuals who played the first ought to quickly perceive the expanded natural detail and refined animal developments, which Capcom says will “add a whole new dimension to the terror.”
If getting what is basically a remastered rendition of Resident Evil: Revelations for $19.99 wasn’t sufficient, Capcom chose to incorporate all the DLC for Raid Mode for no additional expense. Thusly, both weapon packs and every one of the downloadable ensembles will be accessible right out of the gate.
Here’s a once-over of what the DLC contains:
Weapon Pack Resistance Set
- G18 “Speed Load” Handgun
- P-90 “Sonic Assist” Machine Gun
- Windham “Steady Hand” Shotgun
- Python “Short Range+” Magnum
- High Roller “Speed Load” Machine Gun
- PSG1 “Long Range+” Sniper Rifle
Weapon Pack Enhancement Set
- “Speed Shot” Handgun
- MP5 “Speed Shot” Machine Gun
- Hydra “Sonic Assist” Shotgun
- L. Sell “Speed Load” Magnum
- High Roller “Sonic Assist+” Machine Gun
- M40A1 “Sonic Assist+” Sniper Rifle
Raid Mode costume: Rachael Ooze
Raid Mode costume: Lady Hunk
With Capcom showing clear interest in its Revelations series, alongside past notices of a new Resident Evil in the works, that should extend ends up being Revelations 3. If it does, then perhaps it could highlight characters that fans haven’t found in some time (like how Capcom managed Revelations 2(*, for example, Rebecca Chambers or Carlos Oliveira.
– This article was refreshed on March eighth, 2018
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