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Like Ada Wong, the large sunglasses-at-night wearing femme fatale. Coinciding with the Tokyo Game Show, Capcom brought an updated look at the highly anticipated Resident Evile 2 remake, with a story-focused cinematic trailer that looks, well, incredible. This could well be on its way to becoming one the most impressive remakes in videogame history.


Delve deeper into the gripping events taking over Raccoon City, and follow the journey of rookie police officer Leon S. Kennedy and college student Claire Redfield as they begin to uncover what’s behind the terrifying zombie outbreak. As both Leon and Claire embark on their own campaigns independently, their collective experiences piece together a comprehensive story uncovering the malicious motives behind the nightmare engulfing the city, the truth behind the nefarious Umbrella Corporation.

One interesting tidbit is that the remake will approach the telling of the two character campaigns in a different way than the original - which "zapped" between both stories depending on which path you chose first. Resident Evil 2 will be available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC on January 25, 2019.



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