: The release date for the Japanese Xbox 360 version has been confirmed as November 27th. The Xbox One version is still set for Early 2015.
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Fans of the original trip to Raccoon City, rejoice in the news that Capcom has officially revealed that the original Resident Evil
will be getting an HD remaster for both Xbox 360 and Xbox One. Of course, this means it will be getting a visual upgrade, with graphics appearing in 720p for last gen and 1080p for current.
Along with updated graphics, sound will be enhanced to 5.1 surround. The original control scheme from Resident Evil
will stay in tact, but a more modern-friendly option will be available as well. The camera will also come in an older, fixed variety if you choose to play in the game's original 4:3 aspect ratio. If you want to play widescreen, a dynamic sweeping camera will show you all there is to see.
Capcom has released a video of producers Tetsuya Kitabayashi and Yoshiaki Hirabyashi discussing the game. Not only do they discuss what can be expected, but also the elements they've preserved in order to maintain Resident Evil
's original experience.
Several screens showing off the new visuals were also released.Resident Evil
, which is based on the GameCube Remake of the title, will be landing on consoles via digital distribution in early 2015, with the exception of the last gen version in Japan. That will be released before Christmas for 3990 Yen, Which would place it at about $40 or £23.