Resident Evil 4 remake details due in showcase next month

The Resident Evil Showcase will take place in October, with more information about Resident Evil Village Gold Edition and Resident Evil 4's remake.

Resident Evil is getting its own dedicated showcase next month, Capcom has confirmed.

During today’s Capcom broadcast for Tokyo Game Show 2022, the developer confirmed that a special showcase dedicated to upcoming Resident Evil content would be broadcast in October.

Resident Evil 4 remake producer Yoshiaki Hirabayashi appeared briefly during the Capcom show to thank fans for their interest in the remake and to confirm that the game will also be making its way to the previous generation on PS4. 

Hirabayashi-san also noted that the development team is still hard at work, and that a major update on the Resident Evil 4 remake will be delivered in next month’s broadcast. 

An exact date for the Resident Evil Showcase wasn’t confirmed, but we do know it will cover both Resident Evil Village Gold Edition and the Resident Evil 4 remake. Given Resident Evil Village Gold Edition and the Winters Expansion arrive on October 28, it’s likely to drop ahead of their release with a final look. The Winters Expansion includes a third-person mode, new mercenary characters, and a story chapter from the perspective of Rose Winters, Village protagonist Ethan's daughter.

Further Resi news included the fact that Resident Evil Village, Resident Evil 7, Resident Evil 2 Remake, and Resident Evil 3 Remake will all be making the jump onto Nintendo Switch in Cloud-streamed form. Resident Evil Village drops first on October 28, with the Winters Expansion arriving later on December 2. The other games are all set to arrive in 2022.

Also included in Capcom’s Tokyo Game Show broadcast was a look at Street Fighter 6’s character creator, an in-depth look at Exoprimal, and further details on new monsters arriving in Monster Hunter Rise. Earlier today. Xbox’s show included a gameplay trailer for the new Overwatch 2 hero Kiriko, a kitsune shrine maiden from Japan.

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