New details on Capcom's Resident Evil 2 remake were unveiled yesterday at the San Diego Comic-Con.
Atelier Matangi was a member of the Resident Evil panel and drew a number of conceptual and environmental art as well as parts of game maker Yoshiaki Hirabayashi's presentation, in which he explained the remake of Resident Evil 2 by "overwhelming fanfare." Demand "and how the team used the original key art as inspiration while ensuring that the remake has its own identity as well.
They managed to get a Harley in the game! pic.twitter.com/dKyYzVbv3HJuly 20, 2018
The panel also explained how the team wanted to take back Leon Kennedy's heroic figure and emphasize his "youthfulness" to ensure he "conforms to the new world," and how Claire Redfield's character and clothes were refreshed for the remake, including "Graben [ing] Hotpants" for a "Biker Ninja" image. Many of the zombies were also redesigned for the remake, with a number of members joining the development team.
For the complete collapse – including fan shots of a shipment of previously unseen artworks – it continues to throw Ateliermatangi twitter thread or a quick look at the PlayStation Blog . (It's alright, I will not tell anyone.)
The Resident Evil 2 remake will be released on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on January 25, 2019, and contains tofu, hunk, and the "big bastard alligator." ".