Albert Wesker, the actor who will play Resident Evil 4 in the remake, has leaked character art

The remake hasn't been confirmed, but it's been rumored several times, and now we can see the figure in Separate Ways mode.

Albert Wesker, the actor who will play Resident Evil 4 in the remake, has leaked character art

There will be a remake. Several sources have revealed details regarding this project, which would be in Capcom's hands once the company restarted production on a game in which M-Two was involved, the Resident Evil 3 Remake studio. The most recent proof of its existence comes from someone extremely close to the series: DC Douglas, a voice actor who has played a variety of video game characters, including Albert Wesker.

Douglas allegedly uploaded a purported illustration of Wesker in Resident Evil 4 Remake on Twitter - in now-deleted posts - which will appear, as he mentioned in a direct, on Separate Ways. Ada Wong is in charge of this mode, and despite the fact that Wesker was not physically present, he did communicate with Ada through radio on multiple occasions. Logic dictates that the remake will add sections or tweak the tale in the same way that previous remakes of the saga have done, from the original Resident Evil Remake through the more current Resident Evil 2 and 3 remakes.

Others claim to have received Wesker's material via mails from Douglas, who acknowledges that it is protected by an NDA (non-disclosure agreement) and should not be shared publicly. Capcom has yet to comment on the leak, which might result in a breach of contract and other legal actions.

One of the most significant games of the early 2000s was Resident Evil 4. It is one of the highest-rated games of all time, and it set the standard for third-person shooters in terms of camera and control. It was released on PlayStation 2, PC, and nearly any other platform after going through the GameCube, including Oculus with Resident Evil 4 VR.

Capcom is looking for a fresh twist on the enduring classic.

The conflict between M-Two and Capcom's creative visions appears to arise from M-desire Two's to stay true to the original game's model, while Capcom sought something more innovative while remaining true to the original formula. M-Two was concerned that the Resident Evil 4 remake would deviate as much from the original as the Resident Evil 3 remake, which was panned by fans, whilst Capcom sought an innovative approach to the original premise, such as the inclusion of Mr. X in Resident Evil 2 Remake. Resident Evil 4 could, in other words, recover content, ideas, or monsters that were discarded at the time. 

According to Dusk Golem, a reliable source of Capcom news, we could learn more about Dr. Salvador, one of Resident Evil 4's first truly scary foes - he's the hooded figure with a chainsaw who stalks us through the little town in the first adventure zone. He was well-known at the time, and he even appeared on various magazine covers, but his time in the game was limited.

The alleged restart would have resulted in a direct postponement of the project, which would now be delayed until at least 2023.

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