Resident Evil Revelations comes to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One August 29, Late 2017 on Nintendo Switch | Broken Joysticks

Aug
01

Resident Evil Revelations comes to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One August 29, Late 2017 on Nintendo Switch

Now updated for current generation consoles, acclaimed survival horror title Resident Evil Revelations is making its way to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch in 2017. The game features longtime veterans Jill Valentine and Chris Redfield as they investigate the reportedly abandoned “Queen Zenobia” cruise ship.

This new version will feature a smoother 1920×1080 resolution, an improved framerate, increased environmental detail and refined creature movement, defining the best-looking version of the game to date. All previously released downloadable content is also included in the game as unlockable rewards.

Resident Evil Revelations was originally a Nintendo 3DS title and was released in February 2012. A home console re-release of the game followed in May 2013 for PS3, Xbox 360, and the Nintendo Wii U.

In the game you can take on hordes of enemies with a friend online in the returning Raid Mode, which includes “The Ghost Ship: Chaos,” a fresh take on the popular stage with more powerful weapons and ways for players to upgrade their arsenal, and remixed enemy placements for an added challenge. Additionally, four controller schemes based on control types from across the entire series are available in this version of the game for a more flexible experience to accommodate different playstyles.

Resident Evil Revelations will launch in North America at retail and digitally on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One August 29th for $19.99 USD. A Nintendo Switch release of both Resident Evil Revelations and its follow up Resident Evil Revelations 2, which features series favorites like Claire Redfield and Barry Burton, will also be available in Late 2017.

Leave a comment

About Jason Nason

I'm a fan of all video games with a leaning towards Nintendo. I've owned just about every Nintendo console ever released (with notable exceptions being the original GameBoy and Virtual Boy). If it's something to do with Nintendo I want to know about it and if it's noteworthy I'll certainly share it with you! Nintendo 3DS Friend Code: 3496-9927-9448 Nintendo Network ID: jncorp

Follow Us On Social Media

Try Fortress Tapper Presented By Broken Joysticks:

Archives