Last week, a new gameplay trailer for the expected Resident Evil 4 remake was shown. The updated version of the horror boasts improved graphics and a number of innovations. Especially for the foreign press, the developers organized gaming sessions, and those, in turn, interesting details of the remake.
Judging by the first impressions of journalists from the passage of the Resident Evil 4 remake, Capcom will retain the same working concept from past remakes. The developers carefully treat the original source, leaving the most recognizable elements from the game and adding new useful mechanics to them.
Highlights from the Resident Evil 4 Remake Preview:
- The parry function is extremely useful in combat, but it is not necessary to use it;
- Stealth elements will appear in the remake, the main character will be able to sneak past opponents or instantly kill them from behind;
- The remake stays true to the original. To kill monsters, you will have to shoot at weak spots, and then use finishing moves;
- Gameplay is highly dynamic due to Leon’s improved mobility;
- Along with the main character, the enemies who can diligently pursue have become more mobile;
- Journalists praise the intelligence of monsters, which can now block the player’s escape route and generate unique situations;
- A large number of interactive elements were noticed at the locations, which were not in the original and were not shown in the gameplay;
- Many compare the gameplay of the updated Resident Evil 4 to the remake of Resident Evil 2, which is even better;
- As journalists note, now in the game you can find really scary areas due to reworked lighting;
- The interface and weapon system is very similar to the remakes of Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3, but it remains close to the original game;
- The inventory remained recognizable, but its functionality has become much more convenient and now meets modern gaming standards.
In conclusion, many journalists note the amazing work of Capcom on the modern version of Resident Evil 4. The game has become closer to horror, but retained its recognizable charm.