It’s been 16 years since the release of Resident Evil 4, one of the most radical changes in the industry in memory. The franchise Capcom moved away from survival horror to bet strongly on the action in an adventure that has become one of the community’s favorites.
The Japanese company, along with developers Oculus Studios and Armature Studio, has revealed that Resident Evil 4 VR will arrive exclusively on Oculus Quest 2 on October 21 of this year. With this announcement, they have shared a new trailer, which heads the news.
Of course, the game has been fully adapted for the functions of this type of platform. We will see the health of Leon S. Kennedy through a watch on our bracelet, removing any HUD. We can execute all the movements in real life, such as cutting enemies with knives or grabbing objects directly from our virtual bodies.
Of course, not all the games will be in the first person, since the cinematics will be the same as we saw in its day. For example, we can kick open a door, and a small third-person animation will appear when doing so. The game’s textures have been revised, and from Armature, they have made sure that the enemies are less likely to attack Ashley, the daughter of the President of the United States.
Resident Evil 4 VR will not be compatible with the original Oculus Quest, and there do not seem to be any forecasts that it will reach other virtual reality systems.
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