Resident Evil 4 Remake: confirmed the presence of microtransactions?

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The release of Resident Evil 4 Remake is a few months away and the latest rumors speak of the possible presence of microtransactions in the game

According to the latest rumors it would appear that Capcom’s remake of the famous zombie thriller Resident Evil 4, due out next March, will include in-game microtransactions. News of the additional content started circulating after the Entertainment Software Ratings Board (ESRB) released a official summary of the evaluation of the game. In addition to rating the game M for Mature, based on its inclusion of gore, intense violence, and strong language, the rating summary also provides a detailed description of the types of weapons protagonist Leon Kennedy wields in battle, from machine guns. The important thing to note is that in the lower left corner of the rating summary there is the writing “In-game purchases (PlayStation 4, serie Xbox, PlayStation 5)”.

Resident Evil 4 Remake and possible microtransactions

What’s unclear, however, is how these in-game microtransactions will be implemented in Resident Evil 4 Remake. The original title, released in 2005, did away with the fixed camera featured in older chapters of the series in favor of a faster pace of play. The choice to renew this game mechanic has made the game much more action and traditional shooter compared to previous games. Considering that the Resident Evil 3 remake included a multiplayer mode, it could be that it is multiplayer is also coming for the remake of 4 with in-game purchases.

Resident Evil 4 Remake: confirmed the presence of microtransactions?

In addition to Leon, we have already seen from the footage released by the publisher that it is Ashley Graham che Ada Wong will be back for the remake, The gameplay will be even more action oriented which could be improved through the inclusion of multiplayer. Of course, they’ll be back there too inventory management and checkouts which will play a role in the game alongside the merchant. so it’s possible that in-game transactions involve something as simple as the purchase of additional equipment or crafting materials. Recall that the release of Resident Evil 4 Remake is scheduled for March 24 next year for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S and PC.

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