After a successful run of Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3 remake, Capcom is gearing up for Resident Evil 4 remake with possible 2022 window launch targeting next-gen release as per reports from VGC.
While citing multiple sources, VGC reported that Resident Evil 4 Remake has entered under full production led by Osaka-based M-Two, the new studio founded by former PlatinumGames head Tatsuya Minami. They are working on the project since 2018.
One trusted source has reported to VGC that a newcomer is directing remake to the series as original game director Shinji Mikami declined the offer to lead the project. But he is providing informal advice on its direction.
Resident Evil 4 is one of the most influential games of the 2000s focused on delivering the most horrifying experience with survival elements where scarce ammunition and faster and tense paced scenarios take out the soul from the players. The development is underway while keeping these aspects intact and more horrifying.
Resident Evil 4 was released 15 years ago in 2005 for the GameCube and PS2. Later it was released as remasters on the other consoles. It hit the PC in 2007 and acclaimed as one of the finest Resident Evil games.
If the reports of VGC turned out to be true, then it won’t be surprising that Capcom wants to continue its feat success with remakes.