"Resident Evil 4" Remastered is now gameplay-ready for Xbox One and PS4. The latest gameplay footage for the survival horror third-person shooter video game has just been released on the official YouTube channel of Biohazard to show fans exactly how the game looks in the expected 60 frames per second speed and it 1080p full HD gameplay.
"Resident Evil" gamers will be surprised at the spectacular texture of the frames. "Resident Evil 4" Remastered footage has a sharp texture with a lot of the in-game elements re-textured as well as the boost in resolution from 720p to 1080p. The items have also improved in texture. It is a huge improvement for the previous console's HD Remaster, which had blurred meshes.
The video for the Resident Evil 4 Remastered shows a US government special agent, Leon S. Kennedy, searching for the US President's daughter who has been kidnapped by cult members under the Los Illuminados' command. The setting is in a village in Spain, where Leon fights the mutated monsters and the ferocious villagers and reconciles with the mysterious spy Ada Wong.
Other footage of the game shows Leon guiding Ashley Graham to the entrance of a castle where Ashley helps Leon solve a puzzle. The "Resident Evil 4" Remastered showed huge improvements in lighting effects.
The official release date of the HD version of the "Resident Evil 4" Remastered is August 30 for the price of $19.99. The latest version of the game will still include the Mercenaries, New Game Plus, and Ada Wong's side story.
Resident Evil 4 Remastered is an improved version of the sixth installment of the "Resident Evil series, which was released for the GameCube in Japan and North America in January 2005, in Australia and in Europe in March 2005.
Watch the "Resident Evil 4" Remastered gameplay footage here.