Resident Evil 2 Official Merchandise Range Is Available to Pre-Order Today

Resident Evil 2 Official Merchandise Range Is Available to Pre-Order Today

Capcom and Numskull Designs have today announced their Resident Evil 2 Official Merchandise Range which is available to pre-order now

With Resident Evil 2 right around the corner to cheer up our wintery January blues, there’s no better time than for Capcom and Numskull Designs to announce their official Resident Evil 2 merchandise range, which will coincide with the title’s launch on PS4, Xbox One, and Windows PC on January 25.

This new official range is definitely a must for any hard-core Resident Evil fan, giving you the chance to feel the part while you’re also playing the game, too. You can set the scene with the official scented candle that will give the aroma and distinctive scent of death whilst you don your R.P.D. pin badge inspired by the Raccoon City Police Department officer’s badge that’ll look great accompanied with the snapback and t-shirt, but what outfit can be complete without the all-important flashlight keychain inspired by the flashlight used by Leon and Claire throughout the game.

The full range includes:
–          R.P.D. Steel Mug
–          Resident Evil 2 Pin Set
–          Flashlight Keychain
–          ‘Made in Heaven’ Keychain
–          ‘Made in Heaven’ T-shirt
–          R.P.D. T-shirt
–          R.P.D. Snapback

The range is now available to pre-order here and will launch to coincide with Resident Evil 2 on January 25 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. If you’d like to pre-order the title ahead of its release, you can do so on Amazon right now.

The full range is available to pre-order now at Geekstore.com, with select products available at retailers around the world including Amazon, GAME, GameStop, Target, Best Buy, and EB Games from January 25th.

You can check out the Resident Evil 2 official merchandise range pictures and the official Resident Evil 2 merchandise range reveal trailer, below:


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