Capcom will be releasing the Resident Evil: Revelations again on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One at a later time within the year. This news was announced via Twitter just recently. In North America and Europe, the dual ports of the Nintendo 3DS game would be arriving anytime this fall. Capcom also said that Revelations will be physically and digitally available.
Resident Evil: Revelation was released on Nintendo 3DS way back 2012. Capcom also released high-definition ports of this game for PlayStation 3, Wii U, Windows PC and Xbox 360 the year after. Additionally, high-def visuals and improved lighting were added with a new difficulty mode in the console and PC ports of Revelation, as well as new playable characters and others.
It is not yet clearly stated whether Capcom is having plans of adding something to the PS4 and Xbox One versions of Resident Evil: Revelations, however the 4K and HDR support for PlayStation 4 Pro and Project Scorpio may seem to be logical modern upgrades.
Resident Evil: Revelations will be casting veterans Jill Valentine and Chris Redfield. The events in Revelations are set in between the Resident Evil 4 and Resident Evil 5, according to Polygon. These will lead the players to an abandoned cruise ship, the Queen Zenobia, and the city of Terragriria of where they will get to know the truth behind the T-Abyss virus and their attempt to stop a terrorist group who plans to contaminate the Earth's oceans.
The game will be exchanging human enemies from the past entries into new breeds of mutated sea monsters that was produced by a new T-Abyss virus. Players will be able to take control any of the four characters that belongs to teams of two like Jill and Parker or Chris and Jessica. On the contrary, the game does not allow cooperative play as compared to other modern Resident Evil entries like Revelations 2.