There's claret all over the shop, including one sequence where some poor cop gets ripped in half by marauding zombies. It's a controversial move that some old-timers may find hard to swallow, but there's no denying the game looks absolutely gorgeous. The trailers and gameplay footage that have been released since then have answered a lot of questions fans may have had about the game, but they failed to address whether or not the Resident Evil 2 remake will bring back some of the more obscure characters, like Umbrella operative HUNK and Tofu. Leon and Claire will have their own campaigns, but the A/B scenarios seen in the PlayStation version have been given the boot.
The original version of Resident Evil 2 was the fastest-selling video game in North America upon its initial release and retains its title as the best-selling game in the franchise on a single platform.
In Resident Evil 2, the classic action, tense exploration, and puzzle solving gameplay that defined the Resident Evil series returns.
Gamespot has uploaded a almost 20-minute, uncut gameplay video for Resident Evil 2 that gives us a much better idea of what kind of gameplay to expect from this remake. Players will also still be able to play as both Claire Redfield and Leon Kennedy.
Are you looking forward to playing Resident Evil 2 again?
Resident Evil 2 is now available for preorder on Xbox One for $59.99. Perhaps the biggest change is the switch to an over-the-shoulder camera, like the one used in Resident Evil 4, as opposed to the fixed camera angles seen in the PS1-era Resident Evil games.
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