On Thursday, Capcom went all out on its coming plans for Resident Evil. In the latest Resident Evil Anniversary livestream, the Japanese publisher unveiled that Resident Evil 4 is tapping into virtual reality. In more detail, the 2005 release is receiving a dedicated port to the Oculus Quest 2. And, more information is to be provided in a following presentation next week as well.
Additionally, Capcom announced that Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness is arriving later this summer. Moreover, the CGI-rendered television series is to land sometime in July 2021 to be more specific. However, an approximate arrival for the series has yet to be disclosed as of the announcement on Thursday.
In extension to the string of reveals from the livestreamed showcase, Capcom also goes to reveal a new collaboration with Behaviour Interactive to crossover Resident Evil with Dead by Daylight which arrive later in June. You can watch the teaser video in the segment of the show in the video below:
On the topic of Dead by Daylight, the ongoing release happened to be one of the proprietary titles to support both Xbox Series X|S & PlayStation 5 at launch back in November. As you might expect, the update includes 4K targeted resolution with a 60 frames per second performance also in the package.
As for relevant crossovers prior, Behaviour Interactive in the past did team up with Konami to deliver a Silent Hill chapter back in mid 2020. Excitingly, the chapter includes Pyramid Head as the new killer, Silent Hill 3’s Cheryl Mason as the survivor, and Midwich Elementary School from the original game. You can read the full report by heading here.
Are you planning to sign onto Dead by Daylight for the Resident Evil crossover?
Dead by Daylight is out now for to Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5, PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and Stadia.