Resident Evil: Revelations to hit PC on May 23rd

Resident Evil: Revelations

By on January 23, 2013 at 3:19 pm

Capcom have sent word this morning that Resident Evil: Revelations is set to launch on PC on May 23rd this year.

Revelations was originally launched as a Nintendo 3DS game in January of last year to generally positive critical reception, and is set chronologically between Resident Evil 4 and Resident Evil 5.

The title will be overhauled with high-quality HD visuals, enhanced lighting effects and improved audio, as well as delivering a new enemy, a new difficulty level, and improvements to Raid Mode. It will launch simultaneously on PC, PS3, XBox 360 and Nintendo’s Wii U.

4 comments (Leave your own)

If Capcom’s previous two titles are an indication, this game will also be using Steamworks on PC.

Hope I’m right.

 
kinistoniscool

YES YES YES FINALLY!

 

Always down for some more RE. Unless it’s ORC.

And even with all of the negative speak about RE6 I’m sure it will still be fun.

 

Resident Evil: Revelations was great on the 3DS, Looking forward to this HD revision on PC more then RE6 on PC.

 
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