The success of Resident Evil 4 will only continue to fuel what the company has been doing with the franchise in recent years.
The great economic success of Resident Evil 4 will continue to encourage Capcom to create new versions of old video games from the popular horror franchise.
Yasuhiro Anpo director of the remake of Resident Evil 4said fans should wait to see more remakes that follow the trend that began to explode from Resident Evil 2.
“We released three remakes [Resident Evil 2, 3 y 4] and everyone was very well received. Since this allows a modern audience to play these games, it’s something I’m happy to do as someone who loves these older games and wants to continue making more of them. The game we are remaking in the future is something we would like to announce in the future, so look forward to it. “, he stressed.
The idea of making remakes by Capcom is something that has been brewing almost since the origin of the Resident Evil saga. In 2002, they made a special version for the Nintendo Gamecube, while the new version of Resident Evil 2 In 2019, he created a new perspective and a new style of play that expanded his cards.
All of this fueled what was done later in the following years with Resident Evil 3 and 4. And judging by the sales figures, gamers didn’t give them the cross.