The remastering of some Spanish fans' Resident Evil 4 has already been scheduled for PC

The designers of the Capcom classic's remastered pack have set a release date: upgrades in lighting, texturing, and more will be available for free.

The remastering of some Spanish fans' Resident Evil 4 has already been scheduled for PC

The Spanish project led by certain Resident Evil 4 enthusiasts to considerably improve the visual aspect of the game's HD version for PC appears to be nearing completion. Thus, Resident Evil 4 HD Project already has a release date on Steam with version 1.0, a mod with graphic upgrades that will be available for free on February 2, 2022, after years of effort. Those in charge have published this on their official social media channels.

Resident Evil 4's Ultimate Visual Mod

As a result, the Resident Evil 4 HD Project mod enhances Capcom's iconic survival cut third-person shooter featuring the fireproof Leon S. Kennedy with significant aesthetic enhancements. So much so that this expansion pack will include upgrades to the game's overall lighting, as well as higher-quality textures and even redesigned models.

Its designers remind us that even more new features have been added since the previous beta of the mod was released some time ago, such as the depth blur characteristic of the GameCube and Wii versions (which was removed in subsequent HD versions) and a fully configurable FOV. In addition, a slew of known problems and faults in the original version have been fixed, with the promise that they will continue to work on enhancing the game until version 1.0 is released.

Remember that Resident Evil 4 recently received its own version of virtual reality, which earned overwhelmingly positive reviews from critics and the general public; also, in early 2022, Resident Evil 4 VR will receive the Mercenaries mode as free DLC.

For the time being, fans of Resident Evil 4 who own the Ultimate HD Edition version from 2014 have an excuse to return to the horror adventure set in a very specific Spanish village, now with the best possible appearance of a game that has been around for more than 15 years since its initial launch on the GameCube (initially as an exclusive) and has since made the jump to a variety of systems.

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