Resident Evil: How to enjoy the PS5 and Xbox Series upgrades?

Resident Evil

Resident Evil

Resident Evil was planned for a GameBoy Color adaptation in a project outsourced to British company HotGen Studios, Ltd. Intended for an Autumn 1999 release, it was repeatedly delayed due to programming issues, and ultimately cancelled in March 2000 in favour of M4, Ltd.'s alternate proposal for a new game made from the ground-up for the console, which became Resident Evil: Gaiden.

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Resident Evil: How to enjoy the PS5 and Xbox Series upgrades?

At the beginning of March, Capcom announced on the sly via a simple tweet that several opuses of the Resident Evil saga were going to be optimised for the new generation consoles. And the Japanese publisher has recently provided more details on this subject.

This year, the remake of Resident Evil 2 and also Resident Evil 3 will be upgraded on PS5 and Xbox Series X|S. This will also be the case for the excellent Resident Evil VII. If no release date has been mentioned by Capcom for the moment, the Japanese firm has nevertheless taken the time to detail the modalities that will allow you to get these upgrades for free.

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Remember that PS4/Xbox One saves of these three games can be transferred to the next-gen versions. This will also be the case for DLC purchased separately or included in Resident Evil 7 Gold Edition. In addition, players who own the physical edition of Resident Evil 2, 3 and/or 7 will be able to download their upgrade(s) at no extra cost. Please note that the disc must be placed in the console in order to play.

Of course, the digital editions will also be eligible for these free upgrades. Finally, if no physical version is planned for the moment, these three Resident Evil games will be available for purchase separately in digital form on PS5 and Xbox Series X|S.

Source : Capcom

Is Resident Evil a good video game?

Resident Evil is not a very well known video game at the moment, so we'd rather not get involved. There are hundreds of new games every day and our editors haven't heard enough about Resident Evil to offer a full review yet. If the game continues to make itself known in the coming months, we will of course offer a detailed review and a note on whether or not you should play it. But for now, all we can say is that Resident Evil is a niche game, try it for yourself and make your own opinion, we hope you will have fun with it!

Can I play Resident Evil with my friends?

No, as far as we know, there is no multiplayer mode for Resident Evil, you'll have to lend the controller to each other and take turns playing! We hope that a multiplayer mode will be available thanks to a next update, a remake or even a sequel, who knows!

Is Resident Evil available on multiple platforms?

No, the game Resident Evil is currently only available on Game Boy Color. We hope that Capcom development studio will release the game on other consoles soon, even if nothing is planned for the moment!

Is there an official website for Resident Evil?

No Resident Evil doesn't have an official website yet, but there are probably fan sites on Google, we invite you to search by yourself. Otherwise you can also find our dedicated portal by clicking here.

Is there a forum on the internet to discuss the game Resident Evil?

No, according to our information, Resident Evil does not yet have a forum or subreddit clearly identified to the community. However, it is possible that you can find one by searching on your favorite search engine, which we invite you to do! You can also look at social networks, indeed many groups exist for example on Facebook to allow communities to exchange between enthusiasts.

Is Resident Evil compatible with VR?

No, Resident Evil is not currently compatible with virtual reality, but we hope that one day it will be possible to play it with this new technology!

Does the game Resident Evil have other names around the world?

Yes, the game is also known by these names around the world:
RE GBC (Acronym)
Biohazard (Game Boy Color) (Alternative spelling)
Biohazard (GBC) (Alternative spelling)
Biohazard GBC (Alternative spelling)
Resident Evil (Game Boy Color) (Alternative spelling)
Resident Evil (GBC) (Alternative spelling)
Resident Evil GBC (Alternative spelling)
Biohazard (Japanese title - romanization)

What are similar games to Resident Evil?

Resident Evil is a game similar to Masochisia, Rusty Lake Hotel, Don't Knock Twice, House of Caravan, Infliction, Darq, Granny, Apsulov: End of Gods, Pacify and Five Nights at Freddy's: Help Wanted, if you liked Resident Evil, you will surely love this list of games we just mentioned! You can find our dedicated portals by clicking on the name of the games, and make your own opinion very quickly!