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article imageHD remake of 'Resident Evil' officially announced

By Stan Rezaee     Aug 5, 2014 in Entertainment
Capcom officially announced that an HD remastered version of 'Resident Evil' is in the works and is set to be released sometime in 2015.
The HD remastering will be based on the GameCube remake that was released in 2002, which is often known as REmake by fans and Capcom. The game will be available for all current and Next-Gen consoles along with the PC as a digital download.
The game will have graphics set at 1080p and running at 60fps along with 5.1 surround support while given the choice of playing the game in the classic 4:3 ratio or 16:9 widescreen. Gamers will also have the option to play using the original controller settings or choosing from a series of settings that is best for them.
News of an HD Resident Evil has been well meet by the gaming community as many fans have been demanding it for sometime. Many fans missed out on the GameCube remake since they owned a PlayStation 2 and are hoping to finally play a classic they had missed.
This announcement comes a few days after Capcom revealed that it still has been generating revenue during Q1 2014 despite not having released a major title. The only game Capcom had released in 2013 was Resident Evil 4 Ultimate HD Edition for the PC, which was the sixth remake of the game.
The original Resident Evil was released for the PlayStation in 1996 and has been hailed as one of the greatest games for establishing the foundation of the horror survival genre.
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