Capcom announced that the beloved Resident Evil 4 will go into virtual reality and will launch exclusively on Oculus Quest 2 at some point in the future.
The news was released in the “Resident Evil” Showcase last night, where the developers showed some screens from the first games. You can then see Leon playing in a first-person perspective, juggling knives and guns, walking away from scary people, and interacting with a 3D inventory management system.
Resident Evil 4 (Resident Evil 4) first appeared on the GameCube in 2005 and then portrayed almost everything. In 2015, it received a high-definition restoration, and Rich Stanton gave it a high rating in his HD review of “Resident Evil 4”: “There is more pound-for-pound fun in every hour than anything else, and when you think you’ve seen everything another little detail jumps out. You can equip eggs and throw them at enemies. After fighting Del Lago, you can cruise around on the boat and harpoon tasty fish – or watch the bigger ones try to eat the smaller ones. While riding the Jetski, hit both shoulder buttons during a jump to do a 360° spin. It has never, after nearly a decade of play, stopped giving me new things to enjoy.”
10/10 will buy a virtual reality headset to throw virtual eggs. Capcom are partnering with Oculus Studios and Armature Studio to bring the game to the Oculus Quest 2. Beyond that, there’s not a whole lot of info about Resident 4 VR just yet, but the developers will be revealing more on April 21st during the Oculus Gaming Showcase.