Resident Evil 2, one of the most beloved horror games ever made, is finally receiving the modern-day remake that fans have been clamoring for ever since Capcom's exceptional remake of the original Resident Evil. Thanks to a new over-the-shoulder perspective and the power of the Resident Evil 7 engine, Capcom's survival horror classic has never looked so handsome - or been so terrifying.
Capcom is showcasing Resident Evil 2 Remake at this year's E3 and below you can find a video showing 7 minutes of gameplay footage from the E3 2018 build.
Some may be anxious that the over-the-shoulder camera may make the game feel too different to the original Resident Evil 2, but the trailers indicate that the remake is going to be very faithful to the original.
As a huge fan of Resident Evil 7, I was extremely happy to find that RE2 has a almost identical interface and control scheme as Capcom's most recent horror adventure. Gone are the game's static camera angles and tank controls. X, zombies, and more.
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This also means that Resident Evil 2 has, without a doubt, the scariest zombies to ever grace the franchise. Resident Evil 2 Remake retains that game's ability to scare you at will. Resident Evil 2's obscure puzzles, surprisingly deep story, and use of multiple characters also appear to have returned. This could turn out to be the definitive Resident Evil experience on the current generation consoles with a great mix of Survival Horror and Action that is typically expected from the game. This led to the usual Resident Evil rhythm of looking for keys, clues and special items while carefully exploring spooky hallways riddled with flesh-eating undead. Both Leon and Claire have their own separate playable campaigns, allowing players to see the story from both characters' perspectives.
Resident Evil 2 Remake will be out on January 25th, 2019 for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC.