Resident Evil 2 — New PS4 Pro Gameplay and 4K Screenshots Show Claire in Action, Lickers, and More

Capcom released a batch of 4K screenshots of the upcoming Resident Evil 2 remake, and you can enjoy them alongside new PS4 Pro gameplay.

on October 8, 2018 10:59 AM

Today Capcom released a new batch of screenshots of the upcoming Resident Evil 2 remake, focusing on the initial portion of the game in the Raccoon City Police Department.

The screenshots are in shiny 4K resolution and give a nice and crisp look at the tactile graphics of the upcoming game.

We also have ten minutes of gameplay of the latest demo which yours truly recorded behind closed doors at Tokyo Game Show.

While it still features Claire Redfield, it’s not the same demo that you have seen before, but its continuation, as Claire explores the underground of the Raccoon City Police Department and has her first terrifying encounter with the iconic lickers, which you can also see in the screenshots. This was played and recorded on a PS4 Pro.

You can check them all out below. If you want to see more about Resident Evil 2you can enjoy the latest trailer and screenshots featuring Ada Wong and more, the previous gameplay the announcement trailer, and some more recent screenshots. You should also definitely read my brand-new hands-on preview.

Resident Evil 2 will launch on January 25th, 2019 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. You can already pre-order the game and the Deluxe Edition on Amazon.


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