Resident Evil: Revelations recently made its way out to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 with a stunning high-resolution transfer that makes it look better than ever before. Fans definitely don't want to miss it.
That said, some fans have been concerned regarding the fate of the Nintendo Switch version of the games, wondering when they would be coming around. Good news – we now have that information.
Capcom has confirmed via its Twitter page that the twin pack of Resident Evil Revelations 1 and 2 will be coming out on November 28th! A price point hasn't been given yet, but it'll likely be around $40 for the twin pack. This follows the announcement of the game a few days ago.
In addition to announcing the news about that version of the game, Capcom also released a pair of new screenshots from that forthcoming edition, and it's looking pretty good thus far. You can see the screenshots below.
A Quiet Place?
The first screenshot revolves around what appears to be a ballroom, with lights hanging above and our main heroine working her way through a hallway. It seems a bit quiet – too quiet. But fortunately, quiet moments don't happen that often in Revelations, as you're usually able to blast your way through enemies around every given corner. And you have two full games to do it with, so if the first game doesn't get the job done, the second likely will be. And you can always save your progress and come back around to the other game. Never hurts to have a back-up plan.prevnext
Big Time Trouble
Aha! We knew that peace wouldn't last in a gaem such as this. As you can see, you'll need every bit of shotgun blasting that you can get when it comes to facing off against Umbrella's twisted creations in the game. In this screenshot, you can see a couple of guys in metallic masks coming at you with weapons in hand, and you'll need a quick trigger finger if you're looking to get out alive. You'll run into situations like this quite often in the game, so definitely conserve your ammo. You never know who'll be waiting to kill you next…prev