MADRID, 28 Sep. (Portaltic/EP) –
The virtual reality remake from the horror video game Resident Evil 4, developed by the Japanese studio Capcom, will be available from next October 21 for Oculus Quest 2 headsets owned by Facebook.
Resident Evil 4, the fourth installment in Capcom’s horror video game saga, originally launched in 2005 for the Nintendo GameCube and PlayStation 2 consoles, and later came to PC, Wii, later consoles, and even mobile phones.
Now this title considered “one of the best videogames ever made“According to Oculus, it will come exclusively to your virtual reality headset Quest 2 on October 21 in the form of a new ‘remake’ adapted for virtual reality, as the company has reported in a statement.
The new video game maintains iconic aspects of the original title, including the support for teleportation and movement between rooms as a means of exploring your universe.
Although the player’s movement occurs through Oculus control stick, but the developer Automature has incorporated a series of commands to be carried out with the upper part of the body through touch controls with both hands.
El ‘remake’ de Resident Evil 4 has also redesigned how weapons and other items work, so that the player can collect and interact with them as if they physically existed, and even remove them directly from the body instead of with the traditional weapons menu.