Resident Evil Revelations 1 & 2 Coming To Nintendo Switch

Capcom is one of the biggest video game developers out there, and they have made some pretty popular franchises over the years. But when it came to the Nintendo...
Resident Evil Revelations

Capcom is one of the biggest video game developers out there, and they have made some pretty popular franchises over the years. But when it came to the Nintendo Switch, Nintendo’s latest console, they decided to hold back on bringing their properties to it unless they passed a certain test. Well, it appears they did, because now a port of a major Resident Evil game is coming to the system this year: Resident Evil Revelations.

This comes straight from the Capcom website, where they also noted that the game would be coming to Xbox One and PS4 on August 29th. The original Resident Evil Revelations was made for the Nintendo 3DS during the early days of its run, but then it got ported over to numerous systems. With its sequel came more ports, and now, we’re getting a combo pack featuring both together for the modern systems.

The first game takes place on a ship, and you play as fan-favorite character Jill Valentine as she goes on a mission to find Chris Redfield and Jessica Sherawat. But as you explore this ship, you realize things aren’t exactly what they appear, and what you now are stuck in is a grand tale of survival, betrayal, and more.

Resident Evil Revelations 2 on the other hand follows Claire Redfield and Moira Burton, who are stuck on an island of monsters and have to get out. Also there is Barry Burton, who has a mission of his own.

The upgrades of both of these versions goes beyond just graphics. You’ll also get the DLC that was given to these games, and have access to the multiplayer modes, like Raid Mode, that made these more than single player adventures.

So, if you’ve never had the chance to play these titles, you’ll get your chance soon no matter what system you have.

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