'Resident Evil Revelations' Getting Remade For Nintendo Switch As Well

Capcom released a brand new trailer today showing that Resident Evil Revelations will be released this month for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. Another favorite from the Resident Evil library to get a re-release in the past five years, the 2012 title was originally released on the Nintendo 3DS, and later ported to the PS3, 360, PC and Wii U, becoming one of the most popular Resident Evil titles from the last generation of consoles.

'Resident Evil Revelations' Getting Remade For Nintendo Switch As Well

The game is being released across all systems on August 29 for just $20 with updated mechanics and graphics in glorious 1080p. One of the nice features about this is that it is the original game's voice actors, and that Capcom didn't decide to change any of the voices after the still ongoing strike. You can check out the trailer for the remake below.

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