Resident Evil Comes to the Switch in May
The previously announced Nintendo Switch ports of Resident Evil 0, 1, and 4 are launching on the platform on May 21st, Capcom announced on Monday. These three horror game classics will be available digitally on the Nintendo eShop and they’ll be available for pre-order on February 28th.
According to the official Resident Evil Twitter account, Switch owners that reside in Europe will be able to purchase all three games individually while owners that reside in North America can buy the Resident Evil Origins Collection, which a bundle of 0 and the remade first game.
While the Resident Evil 1 remake is widely considered to be one of the best horror games ever made, the fourth mainline game in the series is arguably the most well-known game of the franchise.
Go ahead and check out our review of its PS4 port in order to get an understanding of what’s to come.
“What makes Resident Evil 4 such a tense, unnerving and challenging experience is that it isn’t afraid to throw the kitchen sink at you from time to time, nor does it shy away from epic boss fights,” our reviewer wrote. “[The game’s protagonist] Leon is up against a seemingly endless amount of enemies – from cultists to infected dogs, giant fish and chainsaw-wielding bullet sponges – and must use everything at his disposal in order to survive.”
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