Resident Evil 4, an incredible remaster is coming

Resident Evil 4, an incredible remaster is coming

Resident Evil 4

After the Skyrim remaster (which requires just 1300 mods to work at its best), it's time to get back to talking about other similar fan-made projects. This time, however, it is not just any video game, but a rework of Resident Evil 4, one of the most influential survival horror games ever, which was literally transformed into a modern video game by a small group of modders.

Resident Evil 4

Surprising are the numbers of the project: only two developers worked on the remaster, which took about 8 years to complete and which is now ready for debut. In fact, the project will officially arrive on February 2, 2022 and will be distributed in a single package, ready to show all the changes in the game and the excellent work done by the modders, also documented through a fantastic launch trailer available on YouTube and viewable a little further on. low.

On the legal front there should be no problems and we obviously hope so. This remaster in fact cost a lot, both in terms of money and time. Beyond the 7 years of development, Albert and Cris (the two developers involved in the project) spent about 12,000 hours at work, spending $ 15,440 on hardware, textures, internal situations between server and domain, software and programming support. With the donations, however, they managed to obtain 16,100 Dollars, thus fortunately covering the various expenses. An incredible success, therefore, which could also serve developers if one day they want to carve out a space in the game industry, perhaps working on some survival horror like the saga created by Capcom.

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Resident Evil 4 has recently received an adaptation for virtual reality: you can also play it on Oculus Quest 2, available on Amazon.

A Resident Evil 4 Fan-Made HD Remaster 8 Years In The Making Launches Next Month

Resident Evil 4 is arguably the best entry in Capcom’s iconic horror franchise. The game’s staying power is particularly noteworthy as several re-releases and a (leaked) remake continue to bring Leon’s action-packed journey through the plagued Spanish countryside to newcomers and old school players. Moreover, a Resident Evil 4 fan-made Remaster that’s been eight years in the making is slated to finally launch next month, as reported by Eurogamer. And based on the extensive trailer (seen below), it was well worth the wait.

Helmed by two developers, the Resident Evil 4 HD Project is compatible with Steam's 1.0.6/1.1.0 versions and will feature updated textures across the board with improved lighting and high-quality 3D models. In addition to the mainline campaign, the remaster comes packaged with extra enhanced content, including Assignment Ada, Separate Wars, and The Mercenaries. The HD Project looks to revitalize the Resident Evil 4 formula to feel as if fans are playing it again for the first time. FAQ notes delve into the meticulous level of detail and research that went into this massive undertaking:

“In preparation for the original game, Capcom gathered texture assets by photographing a variety of real-world locations, primarily throughout Spain and Wales. For this project, Albert has gone to these same locations to gather higher-resolution assets. The result is a visual experience that is as true to the original game as possible, presented in resolutions up to 16 times that of the original game.”

WIth archived blog posts that go back to February 2014, there’s more than enough info for anyone who’d like to get a glimpse into the design process over the last eight years. But if you’re worried about Capcom cracking down on the HD Project, don’t worry. According to the FAQ, the acclaimed Japanese developer knows about the remaster and wholeheartedly supports its creation. In response to questions about why the HD Project is even being made, developers Albert and Cris stated, “It’s definitely NOT because we have an abundance of free time. Rather, it’s because we absolutely love Resident Evil 4 and feel that we should have the best visual experience of the game as possible.”

The Resident Evil 4 HD Project drops on February 2. If you’re an avid fan of the entry, check out Blake Hester’s profoundly personal piece on The Simple Comforts Of Resident Evil 4. Then be sure to check out his review of the recently-released VR port.

[Source: Eurogamer]

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