“Resident Evil 4 – Remake Gameplay Show New Footage and Released more details”
Capcom only recently debuted the Resident Evil 4 remake, but the firm has now released even more details about the action horror game. Capcom’s display included some samples of the title, demonstrating a small portion of the remake in action.
During the presentation, Capcom stated that it is “carefully preserving what makes the original title special, while updating it with modern flourishes for everyone to enjoy when it launches in 2023.” Director Yasuhiro Anpo and Producer Yoshiaki Hirabayashi then went over the game’s story, as well as providing brief glimpses of the game and new artwork. They said that the ganado had been substantially modified to “really bring out the concept of ‘horror of people possessed by crazy.” These redesigns were primarily kept under wraps, as it appears Capcom wants to save some for later.
This was followed by a brief segment of gameplay with the trademark third-person, over-the-shoulder camera. The film shows Leon walking before coming to a halt in the middle of a dark and dismal forest, which corresponds to what Capcom stated it hoped to create with the game (as well as an earlier report stating that it would be scarier).
“We aim to capture the feeling of loneliness and fear of the unknown even more than the original.”
Capcom stated that there will still be exciting battles, similar to the recent Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3 remakes. Anpo and Hirabayashi then returned to the stage and reminded the audience to stay tuned for upcoming developments.