Resident Evil 4 Remake Gameplay presents the iconic opening of the game

Capcom released the first game in the future Resident Evil 4 The remake looks absolutely incredible. Given Resident Evil 4 Released on pretty much every piece of gaming hardware since its original release in 2005, many gamers are likely to be very familiar with the game’s opening 30 minutes. It’s a great atmospheric introduction to the popular horror game and really sets the tone for the bat. However, many had some concerns about how Capcom would handle the remake of Resident Evil 4 After it was announced earlier this year. Although the other remasters were top notch, there is a real love for the fourth game that has made players wary of any potential game changes. However, it looks great.

Resident Evil 4 The first proper gameplay of the remake highlights Leon’s arrival in the village and his first encounter with the chainsaw-obsessed chainsaw. Not only does it highlight how the story is told a little differently to make it more cinematic, but it also shows how different the gameplay is. It takes cues from other remasters by letting you walk while aiming your gun, something that wasn’t originally possible Resident Evil 4. Leon can also counter attacks with his knife, enemies can attack you in different ways and even stop you from attacks from other enemies. It looks like Leon will be able to hide from some enemies at some points and use the environment to take down larger groups. You can view the gameplay below.

all in all, Resident Evil 4 A new edition that’s shaping up to be something really special. Not only does it capture the feel of the original game and has the same level of awe, but it looks super sharp and modern, making it accessible to new audiences. It remains to be seen whether or not the entire game will stick to the landing, but it seems to be making a strong case for itself with this demo.

Resident Evil 4 Coming to Xbox Series X | S, PS4, PS5 and PC. What do you think of the remake? Let me know in the comments or hit me up TwitterCade_Onder.


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