New details about Resident Evil 4 Remake
While Capcom has yet to officially announce a Resident Evil 4 remake, the rumours are building up to a fever pitch after apparently “trusted sources” spill the beans.
According to Fanbyte, the project is “set to be revealed this year” if everything goes according to plan. A studio called M-Two has been formed to work on the project, and Capcom hoped to entice Shinji Mikami to help out.
- Resident Evil 4 launched on GameCube in January 2005
- Shinji Mikami hopes they can "make the story better"
- Resident Evil 3 remake feedback changed the development plans
- Assignment: Ada and Separate Ways ‘expanded on’
No Mikami: Mikami would have worked alongside his friend Tatsuya Minami on the Resident Evil 4 remake, and the deal was apparently almost done when Mikami decided he did not want to leave Tango Gameworks after all.
RE4 Reboot: As a result, M-Two became a support studio instead and the Resident Evil 2 Remake team is leading development. As a result, it is no longer “a strict scene-by-scene remake” and the developers are ‘looking to make it spookier’.