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Oculus Quest 2 welcomes the new Resident Evil 4 VR

One of the most legendary survival video games, Resident Evil 4, will soon be available in Oculus Quest via Resident Evil 4 VR.

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The new virtual reality version of the video game for Oculus Quest 2 was announced yesterday at Resident Evil Showcase. This version will be a brand new look of Resident Evil 4, which will transfer the third person experience to the first person. In the game, the player is Leon Kennedy, who travels to Europe to save the President's daughter, in the midst of a zombie revelation.

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The first demo of the video game showed some interesting changes to gameplay. First, players could use knives and weapons at the same time and also interact with objects in the environment in realistic ways, such as spinning handles and typing on typewriters. There is even a VR version of the classic stock system. This new version was developed by Armature.

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At the moment these are all the details that have become known about game. More details will be included in next week's Oculus Gaming Showcase, which runs on April 21 at 1 p.m. There are no release dates yet and Quest is the only confirmed platform that will be compatible with the new VR version of Resident Evil 4.

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Although Resident Evil 4 VR leaked a few months ago, it was not the virtual reality version of the Resident Evil game that most fans expected. Resident Evil 8 will be released next month and as a sequel Resident Evil 7 Supported by PSVR, fans were hoping that there would be some form of VR support in it. However, this does not seem to be the case, at least for the time being.


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