A Resident Evil 4 remake is in the final stages of development.
There is no doubt that the announcement of the return of the survival horror game, Resident Evil 4 , was one of the best surprises that we got during this year.
Famitsu magazine recently conducted an interview with a group of Japanese developers who shared with us their ambitions for the next year 2023, through which some details were shared about the Resident Evil 4 remake development process, which, according to the statements of game producer Yoshiaki Hirabayashi, has reached the final stages of the development process, where it puts Capcom is finalizing its upcoming release on the 24th of March next year, and the game producer continued speaking to the magazine:
We're working hard to bring you more information about the Resident Evil 4 remake in preparation for its release on March 24th. The game is now in the final stages, so the team is banding together to make it a little better. Please wait a little longer.
This further confirms that the game will be released on time without expecting a delay, and now Capcom has a busy year that will make 2023 for players worth waiting for, as we will be on a date with the release of games such as Street Fighter 6, Exoprimal, and Mega Man Battle Network Legacy. Collection.
We remind our followers that the original fourth part contained the longest number of hours for the default story life in the history of the series, at a rate of 16 to 18 hours, and the new version will target the same number of hours of play as the original, and the developers will not leave any other areas behind or maps will be deleted, and therefore the developer intends The game was also supported with a variety of packages to extend the life of the game, which was talked about by game producer Hiroyuki Kobayashi