For gamers like you, we are apparently updating you about the remake of Resident Evil 2 is ready to play with popularity on February 15
Yesterday, Capcom revealed that DLC ‘s remake of Resident Evil 2 is coming out for its official release on 15 February 2019, that is today.
This initial announcement gives adventurous wings to players worldwide to as that game is free and available on gaming consoles including Xbox One, PS4, and PC.
Unlike the 4th survivor mode, DLC focused on new gaming avatars like Leon and Claire, which will ultimately boost the gaming adventure throughout the Raccoon City’s police station. The all-new remake will hunk up with zombie outbreaks with all newly created characters in the gameplay.
As the game is divided into stories and session, the first story is titled as “No Time No Mourn” targeting on Robert Kendo, who owes Gun Shop Kendo in Raccoon City’s street and sets out his fights with the new type of zombie attack in the game with sessions of search and escape as well.
The second story in the Resident Evil 2 remake will focus on a Runaway with Katherine Warren character. She is a daughter of Raccoon City’s mayor and looks for more safe escape while fighting with zombies all over.
The third gameplay story shows Forgotten Solider, chased by Ghosts like hunk as U.S.S agent who initially outburst and break trying of escapes and survival.
It is so peculiar that each story will switch up player mood and gaming mode with new challenges and targets that need to face with massive struggles and difficulties. On the official Capcon social post a media specialist Kellen Haney tells about each story unlike with a ” What If” scenario and conclusion. She also provides a comment on the game saying that “an alternate look at what things might have been like.” So The Ghost Survivors isn’t canon to the established lore of Resident Evil like The 4th Survivor is.
However, in the latest “Resident Evil 2 Remake Review” Alessandro Fillari gave the game a 9/10, writing, “Resident Evil 2 is not only a stellar remake of the original, but it’s also simply a strong horror game that delivers anxiety-inducing and grotesque situations, topping some of the series’ finest entries. But above all, the remake is an impressive game for the fact that it goes all-in on the pure survival horror experience, confidently embracing its horrifying tone and rarely letting up until the story’s conclusion. Though Resident Evil 2 has its roots firmly in the past, it reworks the familiar horrors into something that feels brand new and all its own.”