Resident Evil’s official twitter page announced today that physical and digital editions of the title, Resident Evil Revelations are being released for both the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One during fall of this year.
Resident Evil Revelations is a spinoff title of the Resident Evil series, taking place between the fourth and fifth entries of the mainline titles. The game follows series protagonists Jill Valentine and Chris Redfield as they once again try to combat a bioterrorist organization attempting to spread a virus throughout the world.
Originally released in early 2012, Resident Evil Revelations originally launched on the Nintendo 3DS. The game was well received by critics and fans but according to Capcom, sales numbers could have been better. The game saw its first rerelease in the form an HD port on PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and the Wii U. This release added a large amount of extra content, including a new raid mode and a new difficulty level. Together with the game’s original sales numbers, Resident Evil Revelations has sold over a million copies worldwide.
The game received a sequel, launching in an episodic digital format in 2015 for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Xbox 360, Xbox One and on PC. Unlike the series’ first entry, the entirety of Resident Evil Revelations 2’s campaign can be played in local player cooperative mode. All four of the game’s episodes were well received and the sequel went has gone on to manage outselling its predecessor at 1.6 million units sold.
It is not yet known as to whether or not this new remastering will include any additional content or features as no details have been given on this second port of Resident Evil Revelations yet. However, Capcom does promise that more information on the upcoming release will be coming soon.