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According to Capcom, the remaster version of Resident Evil 5 will feature full 1080p visuals and an improved frame rate – hopefully at 60fps.
The re-release will also come with all the previously released DLC: the Lost in Nightmares and Desperate Escape story expansions, Versus mode, extra figures, four costumes, and the previously PC-exclusive No Mercy mode, as well as the new mode ‘The Mercenaries United’.
According to a listing on Xbox.com, on Xbox One, Resident Evil 5 is a 15.95GB download and can be pre-loaded now. The game will cost £15.99.
A current-gen port of Resident Evil 6 launched back in March, and Resident Evil 4 is due to follow at some unspecified time this autumn.
Resident Evil 5 released in 2009 and enjoyed mostly positive reviews. The game signaled a switch of focus for Capcom, moving away from the tight, single-player scares and instead delivering a cooperative adventure with an emphasis on action.