Resident Evil 2 Remake Shown Off Running In 4K At 60fps

Being a classic in the Resident Evil franchise, it’s easy to see why gamers are excited about the upcoming Resident Evil 2 Remake. Now it seems that there could be more reasons to be excited about the remake because in a video uploaded onto YouTube by NVIDIA, it appears that Capcom has given the game a huge graphics boost.


Capcom Brings Resident Evil 2’s Lexington Typewriter To Life

For those who have played Resident Evil 2, chances are you might be familiar with the Lexington typewriter from in the game. It is somewhat iconic and if you thought it would be cool to own the typewriter, Capcom is more than happy to oblige as they have brought the Lexington typewriter to life to celebrate the impending launch of Resident Evil 2 Remake.


Capcom Interested In More Remakes Following Resident Evil 2

Back in 2015 Capcom confirmed that a Resident Evil 2 remake is in the works and just a few months ago, it was confirmed that the game would be released in January 2019. Now Capcom is home to many classic games and if you’re hoping that one of these games would be remade for modern consoles and PCs in the future, you’re in luck.


Resident Evil 2 Remake Announced For January 2019

Back in 2015, Capcom confirmed that they were working on a Resident Evil 2 remake. However for years we haven’t heard much except that it would be announced soon. Three years later it looks like we finally have an official announcement as Capcom has confirmed the game’s release for January 2019.


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Resident Evil 7 Cloud Version Could Launch Outside Of Japan

Earlier this week Capcom announced that Resident Evil 7 would be arriving on the Nintendo Switch. However this isn’t the version that you would expect, instead it is the “Cloud Version” which is basically the same game but streamed from a server, meaning that all the processing load is taken off the Switch.


Resident Evil 7 Launching On The Nintendo Switch Via Cloud Streaming

Early last year before the Nintendo Switch was officially released, there were some who were wondering if Capcom’s latest installment in the Resident Evil franchise, Resident Evil 7, would be coming to the Switch. Capcom responded in a resounding no but it now looks like they might have had a change of heart, sort of.


Resident Evil Revelations 1 & 2 For Switch Launching November 30

Early last month Capcom had confirmed that Resident Evil Revelations 1 and 2 will be coming to the Nintendo Switch (this was after the company had earlier this year stated that there were no plans to bring Resident Evil onto the Switch). However they did not mention when the games would be released.


Resident Evil Revelations 1 & 2 Coming To The Nintendo Switch

If you’re hoping to see a Resident Evil title arrive for the Nintendo Switch, you might have been a bit bummed when earlier this year, the game’s producer ruled out launching Resident Evil for the Switch. However Capcom had recently revealed that they were working on more titles for the platform, and Resident Evil has been revealed to be some of them.


Resident Evil: Revelations Release For PS4 And Xbox One Pushed Forward

We’re accustomed to hearing about games being delayed but sometimes the opposite happens, it’s announced that a game is going to be released ahead of schedule. That’s precisely what Capcom has done today. Capcom has confirmed that Resident Evil: Revelations release for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in North America is going to take place earlier this originally promised.


Resident Evil 2 Remake Will Be Released ‘Soon’

Announced back in 2015, Capcom revealed that they would be launching a remake of Resident Evil 2, something that we’re sure fans of the franchise are pretty excited at the idea of. However fast forward to 2017, it’s been almost 2 years and there is still no sight of the game being released, so what’s the deal?


Six-Movie Resident Evil Reboot Confirmed

Fans of the Resident Evil movie franchise might have been sad that it was ending but it appears that they have more to look forward to. A new report today confirms that there’s going to be a reboot of this video game film series and that there will be six additional movies that will be released in the years to come.


Capcom Aims To Sell 10 Million Units Of Resident Evil 7

Capcom’s plans to revisit Resident Evil’s horror roots with Resident Evil 7 was a good call as many have reacted positively to the latest installment of the game. Last we heard, they had managed to ship over 2.5 million copies of the game at launch, and now Capcom is aiming even higher.


Resident Evil Revelations Xbox One, PS4 Gameplay Trailer Released

A couple of months ago back in March, Capcom announced that they will be bringing Resident Evil Revelations onto the PS4 and Xbox One. The game was originally designed for the Nintendo 3DS before it was eventually ported onto the PC, the PS3, Xbox 360, and the Wii U, and if you’re wondering what the game will look like, you’re in luck.


Resident Evil 7’s ‘Not A Hero’ DLC Has Been Delayed

Not too long ago the folks at Capcom announced that they were working on a free DLC called “Not A Hero” that would be released for Resident Evil 7. If you hate the idea of paying for DLCs then no doubt this freebie sounds rather appealing. It was also originally scheduled for a release in the spring, but that may no longer be happening.