Producer says Resident Evil 4 Remake Development is in “Final Spurt”; Known Leaker expects to share new details in the coming months

The game’s producer has confirmed that Resident Evil 4 Remake is now in its “final spurt” of development.

Capcom’s Yoshiaki Hirabayashi also said this during an interview with Japanese outlet Famitsu, which recently published year-end interviews with several developers.

When asked about the product’s keywords for 2023, Hirabayashi answered bluntly: “Bio RE:4” (referring to Resident Evil 4 Remake).

The producer (Google Translator) added, “We are working hard to provide you with more information about Resident Evil RE:4 in preparation for its release on March 24. The game is also on the last boom to bring the team together and make it a little better. Please wait just a little bit.”

With these words, it seems that the highly anticipated remake will indeed make its planned release in March 2023 without any delay.

In other Resident Evil 4 Remake-related news – on Twitter, well-known horror leaker “Dusk Golem” mentioned that fans will get new details about the game in the coming months as Capcom usually starts its biggest marketing push around three months into its release. Based on the marketing campaigns for previous recent Resident Evil titles, we’ll likely receive a new trailer. In addition, it is also possible that Capcom will also release a 2 to 4 hour gameplay demo of the game in the coming months.

“By the way, I would say that it is very likely that there will be some new RE:4 news these months,” the leaker tweeted. There was definitely a press event for RE:4 in December probably, and Capcom usually starts a bigger marketing campaign for Resident Evil games about 3 months after they’re released.

Resident Evil 4 Remake is scheduled for release on March 24th for PC, Xbox Series X/S, PS4 and PS5 on March 24th, 2023 (those who buy on PS4 can upgrade to PS5 for free). While the PS4 version has been confirmed, Capcom has not directly confirmed that the new version will also be coming to Xbox One.

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