During Nintendo Direct, Capcom announced it’s going to bring Resident Evil 7, Village and the remakes to the Nintendo Switch.
Good news for Resident Evil fans who prefer the Nintendo Switch. Capcom is going to bring Resident Evil 7, Village and the remakes to the Nintendo Switch.
Resident Evil 7, Village along with the Resident Evil 2 and 3 remakes are coming to the Nintendo Switch later this year. All four games will be avalible to play via Switch Cloud Gaming. The announcement was made during Nintendo Direct and in the following Tweet:
Resident Evil 7: Biohazard was the eleventh game in the series and the first main entry to be played from a first-person perspective. The story follows Ethan Winters to search for his missing wife at an abandon plantation populated by a family infected with a deadly plague. You can check out my review of the game here.
Resident Evil 2 follows the journey of Leon Kennedy and Claire Redfield as they try to escape Raccoon City. The original was the second game in the series and has been hailed as the one of the greatest horror games of all time. You can check out my review of the game here.
Resident Evil 3 follows Jill Valentines attempt to escape Raccoon City while being hunted by Nemesis. The original was the third game in the series and the last main title to be released for the PlayStation. You can check out my review of the game here.
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