Capcom released two Resident Evil titles on consoles in 2012, but arguably the one on 3DS is the one that fans of the series were really content with. Sticking with the horror formula of the past games, Resident Evil: Revelations brought Capcom’s “A” game, with visuals no one realized the 3DS was capable of. Now Capcom has just announced that it will be making its way to Wii U, PS3, Xbox 360 and PC (digitally).
Resident Evil: Revelations is coming to the console party late, but its bearing gifts, so perhaps we can forgive it. It will be sporting fancy new HD visuals, enhanced lighting effects, and an “immersive sound experience.” A new enemy has been crafted for this release, and there’s a new difficulty mode as well. Raid Mode has been outfitted with new weapons and skill sets, as well as the ability to play as Hunk and other characters.
For those of you who don’t know, Raid Mode will allow players to play online in co-op mode or alone, taking on hordes of enemies whilst leveling up and earning new weapon upgrades. Capcom is also saying that the game will utilize Residentevil.net for events and other features. Starting on January 24th, players can use that site to gain new Resident Evil-related content.
The most important piece of info here is that the game will cost $49.99. It will be available digitally on the consoles as well, though this option will be available on Xbox 360 and Wii U at a later date. Is this an appropriate price for a slightly old portable game with new garnish? Let us know in the comments below.