Resident Evil 4 Remake Creators Are Already Addressing Major Fan Concern, Capcom has said that the planned remake of Resident Evil 4 will fix a big problem that fans have had with the game. Early reports say that fans have given the remake of Resident Evil 4 a warm welcome. Even though it appears the game will be as successful as Capcom’s remakes of Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3, one contentious feature of the title appears to have been cut from the final release.
Hirabayashi Yoshiaki, the producer of Resident Evil 4, recently spoke with Press Start and confirmed that the game’s rain effects, which were shown off in a recent demo, would be fixed in a day-one patch. If you haven’t heard about this “controversy,” it boils down to the fact that some people thought the rain in Resident Evil 4 was overdone.
It was so dense that it occasionally got in the way of what was happening on screen and made things hard to follow. Although this was a minor gripe in the broad scheme of things, it appears like Capcom has already conceded to fan feedback and will be implementing changes as a result.
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Yoshiaki responded to the comments by saying:
"We've observed everyone's reaction to the rain impacts, and we're working on a day-one patch to make improvements."
While Yoshiaki didn’t elaborate on what these “adjustments” could include, some gamers have suggested adding a slider to the game’s options menu so that players can set the desired rain level. It’s unclear what form this adjustment may take, but Capcom has certainly been listening to player feedback.
Resident Evil 4 Remake is coming out soon. It will come out on March 24, which is just over two weeks away. The game will be available for the PS5, PS4, Xbox One, and PC platforms. Even though the game is set to release later this month, there has been no announcement of an Xbox One version. For more information Stay in touch with Gamendly.com.