Resident Evil 4 modders still working on remaster

Resident Evil 4 modders still working on remaster

Resident Evil 4 modders are determined to finish their remaster project for the game.

As revealed in a community update by modder Albert, the team behind the project believes the game should have a remaster despite the rumoured remake Capcom are working on.

"Ok, Resident Evil 4 Remake: Right now, it's just a rumour, but I don't really care if it's done or not," said Albert.

"Capcom's latest remakes are way different from the original versions. The original game will still be unique and worthy of a remastered version."
One of the most beloved entries in the franchise, Resident Evil 4 was first released in January 2005 for the Gamecube.

It came to PlayStation 2 later that same year before being ported to various other consoles, and the PC version was released in 2007. The most recent rendition of the survival horror title came out in 2016.

Earlier this month, it was reported that a Resident Evil 4 remake is in the works with a release date of 2022. Next year, Resident Evil 8 is rumoured to hit the shelves. It is believed to be taking more of a psychological horror approach, a different direction than previous titles.

On April 3rd, the Resident Evil 3 remake was released. Capcom claimed two million copies were shipped in its first five days. Last year, Resident Evil 2 was a Game of the Year contender. Furthermore, it was the highest-reviewed game of Metacritic.

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