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The Games of May 2015
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Resident Evil Revelations makes the jump to consoles and PC in May 2013
Capcom has announced plans to resurrect Resident Evil Revelations on the PC, PS3, Xbox 360, and Wii U this May. The game, which was originally released for a the 3DS a year ago, will be available as a disc-based release on the Xbox 360 and Wii U and as a digital download on the PC and PS3 on May 21. A downloadable version will be added to the Xbox Live Marketpace and Wii U eShop at a later date.
The console/PC version of Revelations will feature plenty of enhancements and additions over the 3DS version including high definition graphics as well as “enhanced lighting effects and an immersive sound experience.” Additional content is also being prepared for the May release including “a terrifying new enemy,” an extra difficulty mode, and improvements to Raid Mode (along with the ability to play as Hunk).
Resident Evil Revelations has been priced at $49.99 and a special pre-order program will begin at ResidentEvil.net on January 24.
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