Capcom announced that Resident Evil: Revelations on PS4 and Xbox One is headed westward on August 29. They also confirmed that Resident Evil: Revelations and its sequel are headed to Switch in late 2017.
Here’s a look at a new trailer for Resident Evil Revelations on PS4 and Xbox One:
Chris Redfield goes missing in action during a mission, forcing the BSAA to dispatch Jill Valentine on a search-and-rescue operation. She arrives at her target location to find an extravagant cruise liner floating in the middle of the ocean. Jill makes her way through winding corridors filled with perilous traps and horrifying creatures, and soon finds that she has only just scratched the surface of a horrifying conspiracy.
Resident Evil: Revelations first released on Nintendo 3DS in January/February 2012, featuring protagonists Chris Redfield and Jill Valentine who investigate the abandoned Queen Zenobia cruise ship.
As for the sequel, Resident Evil: Revelations 2, it released as an episodic survival horror game after its first part launched in February 2015. The current-gen improvements will see the game at 1080P, improved framerates, and all DLCs available as unlockable content in the game.
Resident Evil: Revelations releases on PS4 and Xbox One on August 29, 2017 and it’ll be available for $19.99. Both Resident Evil: Revelations and Resident Evil: Revelations 2 will release for Nintendo Switch later this year.