Resident Evil 4 Remake announcement is reportedly happening soon

Resident Evil 4 Remake seems to be under development, and will probably be announced this year.

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Resident Evil 4 Remake release date hinted via new report

Resident Evil 4 is one of the most praised sections in the Resident Evil series and in addition to the fact that it was a booster for an aging franchise, it likewise became a game-changer for the third-person shooter.

Truth be told, the game is praised so widely that a few fans contend that the Resident Evil 4 Remake is not needed at all and when the game is played on the current systems, Resident Evil 4 holds up rather well which is one of the reasons that it's been ported to essentially every platform since its release.

Despite the fact that players argue that Resident Evil 4 Remake is not needed, yet since Resident Evil 4 is a huge blockbuster, moneymaker, and a famous series for Capcom, there isn't any good reason for the studio to not release a Remake.

Moreover, now it seems like the Resident Evil 4 Remake will be announced soon and the developers are planning to make changes to the original’s tone of the game.

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UPDATE: 14/02/21

Today on Feb 14, Capcom began the counting down to an unknown reveal, which may be a Resident Evil 4 remake. The counter began on February 14, 2022, and will end on February 21, 2022, at 1:00 a.m. EST or 6:00 a.m. GMT.

It is still unclear whether the countdown is for the unveiling of a Resident Evil 4 remake or not, but it's plausible. However, it is likewise possible that Capcom is planning the  Resident Evil Village DLC announcement because it falls within the previously defined window.

Yet with the past leaks from Fanbyte via VGC, it is possible that The Resident Evil 4 remake will be revealed soon.


Is Resident Evil 4 Remake under production?

Resident Evil 4 Remake will give Capcom a new opportunity to keep releasing the game on the systems for quite a long time to come and keeping the success of the series in mind, it indeed will be a logical step to release one.

Since the Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3 remakes are in the back reflect, the rework team of Capcom will be onto another venture as well. The remakes of the initial three Resident Evil games were generally effective, fundamentally, and economically. So, probably the team of RE would definitely be planning a Resident Evil 4 remake keeping the monetary value in mind.

Moreover, Resident Evil Village, the latest section in the Resident series was highly inspired by Resident Evil 4 from various perspectives and it acquired several elements from 4 and 7 similarly. So, it is a given that the game is as yet fresh in Capcom's aggregate brain and large numbers of the people who surged out to buy Village.

So, in case we're utilizing the historical backdrop of the series and its present direction as markers, then, at that point, a Resident Evil 4 remake appears to be unavoidable.

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Resident Evil 4 Remake Announcement leak

Resident Evil 4 Remake from Capcom is expected to be released this year, with some alterations to the original game's setting.

The news of Resident Evil 4 Remake announcement and changes came from a Fanbyte report, where it is suggested that Capcom is intending to modify the tone of the iconic Resi game rather than making a shot-for-shot remake of the original title.

It has been reported that Resident Evil 4 Remake changes include a change in the game's opening sequence. Players will probably get to see a night set in the opening sequence of Resident Evil 4 Remake.

The report read, "In Resident Evil 4 Remake, the famous village introduction set piece takes place at night. As does a decent portion of the rest of the game"

Moreover, Capcom is planning to reveal the Resident Evil 4 Remake game this year, according to Fanbyte.

Resident Evil 4 Remake release date and developers

Earlier, it was suggested that the Resident Evil 4 remake has been being developed since 2018 and the report claims that the rumour is accurate. The game is currently in production and is expected to be released later this year. Of course, if all goes according to plan.

So if we believe the report, Resident Evil 4 Remake release date could possibly be in the Q3 or Q4 of 2022. The report goes on to say, that M-Two, a studio of former Capcom and largely ex-PlatinumGames developers who had been developing on Resident Evil 3 Remake, were previously in charge of the project.

Capcom had supposedly anticipated that by approving the project, they would be able to attract Shinji Mikami, the original director of the game who is now at Tango Gameworks, to work on it alongside old buddy Tatsuya Minami; this was also part of the inspiration for the moniker "M-Two."

By 2021, however, M-Two's position on the unnamed project had been considerably diminished, and mainline Resident Evil company Capcom Division 1 had been tasked to lead the story in a different manner.

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Resident Evil 4 Remake - Evidence

Resident Evil 4 Remake has not been announced officially by Capcom till now, yet, since the arrival of Resident Evil 3 in 2020, little chunks of data have permitted fans to construct the case that Resident Evil 4 Remake is under development.

As per DuskGolem, a prominent Resident Evil leaker who is generally right with regards to everything Resident Evil, the Resident Evil 4 remake has been being developed since 2018.

DuskGolem proposes that the Resident Evil 4 remake will be not quite the same as the first and will be set in a "semi-open world" setting. He likewise said that the game’s merchant and the chainsaw-wielding enemy will play an extended part in the upcoming RE 4 Remake.

It's additionally conceivable that the stalker role will go to chainsaw Ganado or Doctor Salvador in the official artwork. And if this would be the case then it is going to be a phenomenal and alarming approach to use the character again and make him more similar to Lady Dimitrescu, Nemesis, and Mr. X.

Leaks regarding the Resident Evil 4 remake started to flow onto the web last year during the scandalous Capcom hack and a portion of these Resident Evil 4 remake leaks included pictures of the village from the beginning of the game, however, it was soon removed by Capcom when it came into their attention.

The leaked images and their removal is indeed proof that a Resident Evil 4 remake is under development.

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Resident Evil 4 Remake teases via Capcom

Other than the hacked and leaked images for the Resident Evil 4 remake, Capcom themselves seem to have recognized that the Resident Evil 4 remake truth is out in the open and hence have started to drop a few Resident Evil 4 Remake teasers.

The most recent Resident Evil 4 remake teaser showed up during the PlayStation Showcase 2021. It's a flicker and there are high chances that fans may have missed it, however, during the presentation video (at around 1.47), a team of warriors leaves a lift just for a familiar picture to be seen to their right side.

The picture is the image for Las Plagas from Resident Evil 4 and is probably been added purposely by Sony. Yet, these are guesses, and as always fans should think about these hypotheses with a grain of salt.

Furthermore, earlier, the official Resident Evil Twitter account posted the number "4" trailed by "Itchy. Tasty." The long-lasting fans of the Resident Evil series must be aware that this is the last line from the Keepers Diary in Resident Evil 1, where a character depicts his own transformation from the T-Virus.

With the official account's tweets, fans started to question, "why have Capcom decided to tweet it now?", "Could the number 4 hint toward the beginning of what's to come?". Additionally, many fans are persuaded that it is because of Capcom's set of experiences of making enigmatic teases about the future activities on the web.

However, it is to be noted that the Resident Evil 4 remake has yet to be formally announced, and diverse information has surfaced from various sources, including Fanbyte's sources (which are hopefully both trustworthy and accurate).

It is obvious that in the middle of development progress, several changes will be made, and information may be outdated for different persons, but so far this is an accurate report with all the leaks surrounding the web. There have been several verifications from different entities including the leakers, but we have no official Capcom approval on the Resident Evil 4 remake.

Well, there you have it, everything we know about the Resident Evil 4 remake, its release, and setting. Be sure to check it out when the game releases. We will keep updated with new info, so keep following.

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