There’s some good news today for fans of the Resident Evil series who have been wishing to play some of the titles on current-generation consoles. Capcom has confirmed today that it’s going to release Resident Evil 4, 5 and 6 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It has also confirmed that all three titles will be out for both consoles later this year. Capcom will release these ports for PS4 and Xbox One in reverse chronological order.

The titles will be released in reverse chronological order, this means that Resident Evil 6 is going to be out first, Capcom has confirmed that it will arrive on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on March 29th, 2016.

The re-release of Resident Evil 6 is going to include all additional post-launch content from the console version, this includes DLC and all costumes that were initially available only through

Resident Evil 5 is next in line and it’s scheduled to hit current-generation consoles later this year in the summer. Players will have to wait a bit longer for Resident Evil 4 as it’s not scheduled to arrive until the fall.

Capcom is going to release the three games digitally for $19.99 each, however, the company has said that it is planning to release physical versions of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One ports in the Americas.

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