Resident Evil 2 Remake Gameplay Demo Coming To E3 2018

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Resident Evil 2 Remake Gameplay Demo Coming To E3 2018

However, it's possible that the system has been tweaked in some way to accommodate for improvements or even just the highly cinematic nature of the original Resident Evil 2 camera system. We already know that it will adopt the Resident Evil 4 perspective and the RE Engine used for Resident Evil 7, though the gameplay demo will allow us a closer look at the exploits of the refreshed Leon and Claire.

Story-wise, we do see quite a few familiar faces and locations in the Resident Evil 2 remake trailer.

Although the Sony branded trailers imply the game is an exclusive, it's actually not and is also being released on Xbox One and PC. That last one seems to indicate that this game will echo some of the major story beats of the original Resident Evil 2, but it's hard to say for sure how closely this game will follow the plot of the original.

Like the original found on the first iteration of the PlayStation, players will have the option of choosing to play between Leon S. Kennedy and Claire Redfield. Leon and Claire must work together to survive and uncover the cause of the outbreak.

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We're due to see the game in detail tomorrow, when E3 proper begins.

Resident Evil 2 Remake is set to launch on January 25, 2019. Will they make it out alive? This may disappointment some fans who were hoping that the game would be similar to the remake of the first Resident Evil game, which kept the fixed camera angles, but offered new gameplay and significantly improved visuals. With Capcom's proprietary RE Engine powering a new photorealistic style, the characters themselves appear sharper than ever and the grotesque hordes of zombies are brought to life with a horrifyingly realistic wet gore effect.

If you happen to be in attendance at E3 this year, you can play a short demo of Resident Evil 2 at Capcom's booth in the South Hall.

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