Capcom released a surprise update for Resident Evil 2 Remake four years after the title was first released.
Capcom released a surprise update for Resident Evil 2 Remake four years after the survival horror title was first released.
Capcom has released a brand new update to the Resident Evil 2 remake four years after the game was first released. With the original Resident Evil 2 often considered one of the best games in Capcom’s popular survival horror series, that means a lot of fans have been asking for the game to get a true remake. like the first Resident Evil did. Unfortunately, Resident Evil fans have had to wait more than two decades to get their hands on the Resident Evil 2 remake.
The Resident Evil 2 remake received widespread critical acclaim at the time of release, with praise for the graphics, refinement, replay value, and intimidating presence of Mr. X. While the Resident Evil 2 remake was a flawless experience, Capcom released updates to it post-launch to address bugs and, in some cases, even add new content. .
The latest update for Resident Evil 2 Remake isn’t too exciting, but it shows Capcom’s commitment to the game. The latest Resident Evil 2 remake update is exclusive to the Steam and PS5/Xbox Series X versions of the game. On Steam, Latin American Spanish was added as the interface language, and Capcom also fixed some achievements in Resident Evil 2 Remake not displaying correctly in some languages. Other bugs and issues have also been resolved. The patch notes are virtually identical for the PS5/Xbox Series X versions of Resident Evil 2 Remake, although those versions of the game have no achievement language issues.
Capcom may have finished releasing significant new content for the Resident Evil 2 Remake, but fans of the franchise still have a lot to look forward to in the near future. While official plans have not been announced, leaks have suggested that Capcom is preparing a major update for the Resident Evil 4 remake that will add a separate content bonus to the game. It’s currently unclear whether such an update will be free or if there are plans to add separate content in the form of paid DLC.
Resident Evil fans can also look forward to brand new RE experiences in the future. Capcom has yet to announce the next Resident Evil game, but it is rumored that Resident Evil 9 is in active development.