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New Year just began, and of course we are excited for many upcoming games. Horror fans get a special vibe since three noteworthy remakes will be released one after the other.
The original game still stands the ground to this day. We can say without a shadow of doubt that it has aged well and can easily compete with many modern horrors. The remake will be even more impressive thanks to enhanced graphics and several gameplay adjustments, such as flying in zero-gravity setting. More than that, Isaac Clarke will be fully voiced to make the game even more immersive.
Despite of numerous visual changes, Dead Space Remake will remain true to its original version. Redesigned locations and assets will improve the quality of the environment to make it even more stunning, while the story will be exactly as we remember it.
Dead Space Remake will launch on January 27th, 2023 on PC, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S. All people who pre-order it on Steam will also receive a classic Dead Space 2 for free!
Resident Evil 4
Unlike previous title, the original Resident Evil 4 isn't graphically outstanding even with HD textures but it is still considered one of the best survival horror games out there. Many fans of the iconic saga have been waiting for this remake even before it was in the works, especially after Capcom succesfully remade the second opus. This installment is promising to be on top of our expectations, too.
While the environment remains familiar, it was completely revisioned on most parts of the game. The whole atmosphere will become more tense, creating an absolutely spine-chilling experience for new players and long-time fans. Resident Evil 4 will also feature multiple gameplay tweaks, including new inventory & crafting menu and improved combat.
Resident Evil 4 Remake will be released on March 24th, 2023 on PC, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4 and 5.
Silent Hill 2
This remake should breathe new life into the whole franchise as we haven't seen any new Silent Hill game for a very long time. It is still in early stage of development, but we can expect a lot of improvements, given the fact that original game came out over 20 years ago. After watching the trailer, we can already notice that the town became more detailed, even though its larger part is covered by smoke. Many technical aspects will also be ameliorated, although we don't know much about gameplay changes yet.
The upcoming Silent Hill 2 Remake will be developed by Bloober Team, the studio behind Layers of Fear, Blair Witch, Observer and The Medium. The team has already proved their strength in creating horror games, so we can be assured of the quality of their project.
Silent Hill 2 Remake doesn't have a release date yet, however it's confirmed to be a Playstation 5 exclusive for a year after the launch, and later must also be available on PC. The series will be supplemented with a new title - Silent Hill Ascension, so the wait might not be as long as we imagine.
Techland continues to work on Dying Light franchise and still doesn't stop to update the original game with more content and new features. The 2nd part is going to be larger, more detailed and with many improvements. Dying Light 2 will bring us to an open world, crowded with infected monsters and zombies. But that's not the only danger that you will meet: bandits and hopeless survivors are coming out by day to scavenge some resources, even if it means stealing... or killing. Our protagonist, Aiden Caldwell, has been infected by the virus and has an advantage due to his extraordinary skills. He's more powerful than any person alive, which helps him to survive through another night. However, such exceptional abilities impose certain responsibilities on our hero. Along his long journey, he will have to make choices which will lead to consequences. Will you side with looters or try to free the metropolis from its dark fate? It's up to you. Main features: Huge open world with many locations to discover Wide choice of weapons and items for crafting New and more realistic parkour moves Detailed skill tree with a lot of abilities Deep story with unexpected twists, available to play in co-op
Release date: 4th of February 2022. Genres: Open World, Action, Zombies, Crafting, Parkour, RPG, Choices Matter. Developer: Techland. Publisher: Techland Publishing. Platforms: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One. Modes: Single-player, Co-op (up to 4 players). Steam features: Full controller support. Languages: English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian. Trailer Choices and sequences TBA Website | Steam | Youtube
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The last demo (and the only one on PC) will be finally available this weekend. Resident Evil Village will be released on May 7, giving us an opportunity to play the trial version. We will be able to discover both Castle and Village levels, but for 60 minutes only.
Minimum system requirements:
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 10 (64 bit)
Processor: AMD Ryzen 3 1200 ／ Intel Core i5-7500
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: AMD Radeon RX 560 with 4GB VRAM ／ NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti with 4GB VRAM
DirectX: Version 12
Additional Notes: Estimated performance (when set to Prioritize Performance): 1080p/60fps. ・Framerate might drop in graphics-intensive scenes. ・AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT or NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 required to support ray tracing. System requirements subject to change during game development.
I had a bit of time to discover Resident Evil Re:Verse during open beta and would like to share with you gameplay and tutorial videos. For those who don't know, Resident Evil Re:Verse is a multiplayer mode that's going to be available for owners of Resident Evil Village, an upcoming sequel to popular franchise.
You begin a match as a human (Chris Redfield, Jill Valentine, Ada Wong, Leon Kennedy, Claire Redfield or Hunk) and shoot other players. When dead, they are going to respawn as a bioweapon (Fat Molded, Hunter y, Jack Baker, Nemesis or Syper Tyrant). I find the gameplay to be a bit chaotic because everyone's killing each other, even humans are against humans, and not playing as a team. As for the rest, I think it's a fun little addition to the main game. Design is nice and performance is smooth.